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This might be deemed a bit of a boring topic, yet I would disagree because we can learn things from what we discuss.

Recently I have started listening to music stored on one of my Google Drive accounts, commonly before that I would listen to Amazon Music or YouTube but I have gotten bored of the limited playlists. When I was younger, back in the day when winAMP and Windows Media Player was kings - I listened to music stored locally on my PC.

Over the years my MP3 collection made its way onto my phone(s), however, I barely stored any on previous Android smartphones. Mostly due to times changing and the fact at work I wasn't able to listen to my own stuff.

As I mentioned above, I have put my collection onto a Google Drive, which comes in handy when I use my iPhone (which is mostly for business/private calls). I downloaded 'CloudPlayer' on my Android device and this basically offers the same as my iPhone. I can store music locally, I just haven't yet.

I've got a wide selection from 60's classics, to most of the popular rock genres from the 90's and early 00's.

Today, I searched for a player on my PC that can be crossed over onto my laptop if I wished. I have a backup of my music stored on an external hard drive. 

I've tried two apps, the second of which "MusicBee" I've fallen in love with.

For a free application, it's jam packed with features including crossfading tracks and the ability to cut out the loss of sound at the end of tracks.

How are you listening to music these days?

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I have a mini hifi system in my room, it plays mp3s and cd's. its also got dab which i use to listen to notts.

i dont store much music, i use spotify and other streaming apps on my phone.

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I have 18GB of music stored on my phone, most of which I have downloaded via YouTube and converted to the MP3 format.

I just use the default music app.

I'm pretty happy with the standard one in build, no issues with battery life this way.

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I have a mini speaker and headphones which i rarely used and cds. I have some music on my phone and computer but rarely listen to it.

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Mini speaker my iPhone and and a wide range of musical taste , either on my hifi with cd’s or lots on YouTube through my phone , proper enjoy music lifts spirits and gives a right good vibe 

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i do have the youtube music app on my phone, i wished they would make the playback a little better for those who dont pay for the monthly subscription tho.

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Good topic :)

I still have a heap of CDs but rarely use them now. I still can't bear to part with them though. A few years ago I started saving them onto my PC and ended up with a very big library (although the earlier stuff I saved doesn't sound great on a hi-fi, which was probably down to my settings). I moved onto downloading music via Google. I've had a Spotify subscription for about a year now, which I also use at work so I definitely get my money's worth out of it. I've also discovered quite a few new bands using it too.

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I listen to music via the radio only, I have records and CDs but I have never replaced my last system which stopped working. I do have apple ipod too, but I have never liked it.

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I listen on my PC, tablet, phone and MP3 Player.

My music various, most is from the late 80s, 90s and current day.

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I have cds, and some music on my phone and laptop which i very rarely listen to because it does my headaches no good.

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