Music is one of the key reasons why technology like the iPod kicked off, and the relentless popularity of using our gadgets to listen to music continues well into 2014. But in this day and age we don’t have to rely on storing music on our devices all the time. That’s an option of course, but there are a number of services that mean we don’t need to fill up our valuable storage with music. Here are eight of the best:
If you’re using an iPad of some sort there’s nothing more useful than iTunes. It’s the place for you to buy music if you own an Apple device and your libraries are easily managed from both your tablet and your computer. It’s tied up with your Apple ID so you don’t need to sign up for anything new, and it’s probably one of the biggest collections of digital music for sale at the moment.