Hey you wanted to make your SD card clean and clean? Then you might use Media Streaming Apps on your Android Device. Which will provide you the song, Video or podcast whenever you want from the Internet. So here we are going to list out some best media streaming apps check them:
Rdio is the best way to discover, play and share millions of songs, wherever you go – completely ad-free. And even offline, when you don’t have a 3G or Wi-Fi connection. Its service is available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom,France, Germany, Brazil (as Oi Rdio), Australia, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and New Zealand. Rdio also offers social networking, allowing users to share playlists and follow others to see what music they listen to.
Last.fm have each got their own library of tracks, but it work from the same general idea. you can search your favorite artists, find nearby events, and share your music tastes with the Last.fm scrobbler. Optionally sync your Last.fm friends with your contacts. Choose an artist or genre and Last.fm builds the perfect playlist just for you!
YouTube app handles the world’s most popular video service, but on Android, you can usually get better results by letting your browser handle the links. You can Keep up with your favorite YouTube channels and access the world’s videos anywhere with the official YouTube app for Android.
Spotify gives you instant access to millions of songs on your Android device. With the Spotify app, you can choose to listen for free, or subscribe to Spotify Premium. If there is a song that a Spotify subscriber wants to hear and it is cached on your computer, Spotify will use your resources to stream that song. US users can listen to radio for free.
Another one on our list that plays host to thousands of radio stations, Slacker Radio offers free personalized radio on your Android device. Invest in a slack Radio subscription and you’ll even be able to listen to your favorite stations without a WiFi connection.
Pandora Provides a more personalized take on radio, offering users the chance to create a playlist of their favorite radio stations from all over the world. Stations are split into categories, and the app is an absolute breeze to navigate.
Netflix has become a staple for streaming content. Whether you want to stream on your computer, Xbox, Apple TV, or smartphone, Netflix has you covered. The catalog of movies, shows, and documentaries is impressive and growing. The app itself is free, but you’ll have to subscribe for $7.99 a month in order to stream content on any device, not just your Android.
Dropbox’s Android app offers surprisingly versatile streaming “previews” of files when they’re stored to your account. and even Video playback on Android 4.0+ device. You can also Save photos or videos to your Dropbox and share them with friends in just a couple taps. Even if you accidentally leave your Android in a taxi, your stuff is always safe on Dropbox.
So guys which one is your favorite? Share your favorite app below via comments.
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