How to stream free music on Android and iOS devices

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Streaming music seems to be the current trend as downloading music locally to your device and playing them offline has become a thing of the past. Not only does it occupy a lot more storage, but it also limits you to be able to only listen to the songs you have, and you also miss out on features like curated playlists, live lyrics, music discovery, and so on.

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While popular music streaming apps like Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube Music has a lot of these exciting features and also offer other options like creating unlimited playlists, downloading songs, listening to podcasts and also streaming to multiple devices at the same time, they all come with the catch that you need to pay monthly subscription fees.

These monthly subscription fees start from around $9.99 a month and go all the way up to $19.99 a month based on the plan you are selecting and the number of devices or people you want to share the plan with.

While the monthly subscription fee might not seem like a huge amount for some people, it definitely adds up to a large sum over time and some people might not think it is worth paying money for something when they can get it for free.

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So, this post is all about how you can stream free and unlimited music on your iPhone, without having to pay a monthly subscription fee for popular music streaming services and apps like Spotify or Apple Music.

However, you should also note that if you are someone who uses smart speakers to listen to most of your music, you won’t be able to use voice controls like asking your smart speaker to play a song, or a playlist if you use this feature.

Now that everything is clear, let us look into how you can stream unlimited music for free on your iOS or Android device.

How to stream free music on Android and iOS devices

Step 1:

First, download and install the iOS app or Android app called eSound – Music Player App MP3 4+ on your device.

Step 2:

Now open the eSound app from the home screen on your iPhone and then sign up using your Apple ID or Facebook account to start using the app.

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You also have the option to directly use your email id to sign up for the app if you prefer that method.

Step 3:

Once you have finished the sign-up process and sign in to the eSound app, you can now start using the app to listen to songs either by searching for them or by playing the available playlists.

The overall look and theme of the app resemble the design of the Spotify app for iOS a lot,  especially the now playing and the search screens.

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Note:

The eSound free unlimited music streaming app basically uses the YouTube library to stream all the songs from within the app, so as long as a song is available on YouTube you will be able to stream it using the eSound app on your iPhone for free.

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The main advantage of using this app over Spotify or Apple Music is that it is free and it also doesn’t come with any ads or limitations as far as I have seen.

However, the main and an obvious drawback as already mentioned is that you cannot use this app to stream music to your smart speaker and control the playback with your voice.

The app also does not have cross-platform support unlike the other paid music streaming services out there.

Feel free to let us know in the comments below your thoughts about the eSound app and if you would consider switching from Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube Music to this free unlimited music streaming app for iOS and Android devices.

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Raja
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