Music Freedom vs iTunes Vs Spotify

Music Freedom

People love Music Freedom,

There are a lot of people who used to use iTunes, but it seems to be a dying app these days.

  Music lovers are switching to Spotify and Music Freedom in droves,

due to the greater usability of those platforms and the fact that iTunes has changed over the years,

and not in a good way.

Which of the three music apps are best? 

Well, all three have advantages and disadvantages, of course, and here are some of each.

iTunes and Music Freedom

The iTunes media player is multifaceted and allows users to do a lot of things on one platform. 

You can buy music through the iTunes Store,

keep that music in your iTunes Library so you can organize it and access it easily,

and do the same with everything from podcasts to videos. 

iTunes used to be free,

but has now got to the point where it is annoyingly monetized, which is disappointing. 

Also, the more features that have been added to the platform,

the more awkward and overdone it has become. 

This has caused many users to look for other options in the music arena.


Spotify is a Swedish invention that came into use in 2008. 

It is used to stream music, and it has over 530 million users.

Spotify allows you to stream music or podcasts from an incredibly huge selection. 

They have literally millions of songs available

and will automatically play songs for you from a selection that is based on your listening history. 

Spotify’s basic functions are free, but if you want to upgrade to a better,

richer experience, you will have to pay for it. 

This is the main complaint heard from Spotify users – that you have to pay for things like Spotify Premium. 

On the other hand, the Premium version allows you to save music to your phone,

so you don’t have to use data to play it later.