If you own a Sonos speaker you can now listen to YouTube Music through it. That is if you subscribe to either YouTube Premium or YouTube Music Premium. This gives fans of Sonos speakers yet another streaming music service to consider using. What Is YouTube Music Anyway? As music streaming services go, YouTube Music is

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Streaming music is more popular than ever. After all, the ability to play just about any song in the world whenever we want is too good to turn down. However, you don’t have to pay for it, as there are sites where you can listen to free music online without downloading it. 1. Spotify Spotify

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Don’t post a video on YouTube with background music from a copyrighted source. It’s probably going to be taken down. Instead, get free and royalty-free music from one of these sites. It doesn’t matter if you’re hoping to be a viral sensation or just posting something for family and friends to see. If it’s free

Google Play Music can act as a central hub for all your audio files. If you subscribe to Google’s service, you’ll have access to Play Music’s catalog of songs, and can also upload 50,000 of your own tracks. But you can also download the music to your phone! Keep reading to find out how. Downloading

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Plex and Tidal have partnered up to bring the streaming music service to the media center app. Tidal subscribers will find the entire Tidal catalog, including videos and podcasts, integrated into the Plex app and sitting alongside their existing music library. For the uninitiated, Tidal is the music streaming service we suggested was doomed to

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Much like backing up your own data, there are people who back up things they love. From album liner notes and book covers to old maps and newspapers, you’ll find fascinating old records of anything online. You can almost take it for granted that nothing is truly deleted from the internet. But while the internet

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