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Spotify, Pandora and Napster are some of the most popular music streaming options available. They allow you to enjoy music on the go and they offer extensive catalogs featuring well-known artists, as well as new acts. These services offer free versions or allow you to try the service for free before paying for a subscription. The paid versions offer more features and allow you to enjoy convenient options like offline playback and better sound. We will go through some of the main features supported to help you decide which of these services is the best option for you.
Although there are other options available, Pandora, Spotify and Napster are leading names, particularly in the United States. Pandora is only available in the United States, Australia and New Zealand, and it is different to the other services since it mainly focuses on offering a custom radio station that suits your personal preferences. In order to enjoy an ad-free experience, you can opt for Pandora One, which allows you to enjoy the curated radio experience on the go. Pandora One costs $36 when you subscribe for one year, which means that the monthly cost is $3.99 per month. Pandora Plus gives you unlimited skips, replays and offline listening. It costs $4.99 per month.
One of the reasons to prefer Pandora over other options is that it is a fantastic way of discovering new music. You can create playlists and once they are set up, you can listen to them at any time. The only downside is that unless you have Pandora Plus, which allows you to skip as many times as you want, creating a playlist that suits your taste can take some time. What you can do is to get around the limited skips is to use multiple devices so that you can skip tracks beyond the 12 per day limit established.
Spotify’s convenience, affordability and flexibility have allowed it to become the favorite option for millions of users around the world. This streaming service is the most popular option when it comes to on-demand streaming. The free version features ads but it allows unlimited skips on desktop. The free mobile version has limited skips. When you upgrade to the premium version, you get unlimited skips, high quality sound and access to offline mode. The monthly price for the premium version of Spotify is $9.99. Spotify is also great for discovering new music since it creates a playlist every week, bringing you songs that you may like, based on what you listen to. The on-demand functionality makes Spotify ideal for creating playlists and you can even listen to full albums. The free service is fantastic and you can search for specific songs, or browse through the radio stations and recommended albums available.
Napster made history in the early 2000s as it became one of the first online options to download music. It faced a lot of opposition from the music industry and it eventually disappeared…At least for a while. Last year, Rhapsody became Napster and it offers millions of songs from independent artists, as well as classic and well-known bands. Creating playlists is simple thanks to the Playlist Maker. As you set up a playlist, Napster shows you suggestions based on your selection and the music that you usually listen to. You can easily add songs to your playlists, include animated GIFS from GIPHY and share your playlists with others. One of the unique features that Napster offers is the Music Match, which looks for users who have a similar music taste and it gives you recommendations. You can access the playlists created by others. You can try Napster for free for 30 days and if you are happy with the service, you can subscribe for $9.99 per month.
Google Play Music offers high audio quality that it supports and it supports free cloud backups. The service works on a variety of platforms and you can stream your music from the cloud, or download it. You can store thousands of songs and once you have added them, they can be played on your computer or using the app on your mobile. Although Google Play Music can be used for free, it is only possible to access radio stations with ads and listen to songs that you have uploaded to the service. To get access to more music and all the features available, you can get the paid service. A single account costs $9.99 per month, and a family account costs $14.99 per month.
Amazon Digital Music/Amazon Unlimited Music
Amazon offers a great collection of music in different genres including Rock, Classical, Blues, Latin and R&B. It is possible to buy music and some albums cost less than $4, while some songs cost less than $1. The catalog is easy to browse and you can get recommendation based on your selections. The Amazon Music Unlimited service is a convenient option that allows you to get access to millions of songs. Amazon Music Unlimited costs $9.99 per month, or $7.99 per month for Amazon Prime members. The paid service allows you to listen to music without ads and you can skip as many times as you want and listen to your favorite songs in offline mode.
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Windows 8.1 fixes problems, adds new features, but touch screen is still the focus (hands-on)
Windows 8.1 works toward solving many of the problems users had with Windows 8 and adds several useful new features to boot.
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Windows 8.1 Preview provides a window into the future...
Today, during the keynote for the Microsoft Build conference in San Francisco, the company announced the preview version for Windows 8.1 (download the preview here). As a point upgrade to Windows 8, there are few sweeping changes to the operating system, but Microsoft has thankfully made some tweaks to the interface, along with upgraded apps and other enhancements that users will appreciate. But it's important to note that if you were hoping for a return to a Windows 7 layout, you're going to be disappointed; Microsoft is sticking to its guns on the Modern UI (the tiled Start screen interface), and you'll still be using it as your main launching point. With that said, Microsoft has added a few features that make it a bit more palatable to keyboard-and-mouse Windows desktop users.
New apps and features in Windows 8.1 (pictures)
In developing Windows 8.1, Microsoft says it listened to feedback from users and tried to solve the problems people were having with the new interface. In our time with the updated OS, we think the company has done a good job on a lot of fronts and has added a lot more to like, but we suspect that some people will still find the OS' reliance on touch off-putting.
The Start menu returns! (sort of)
One of the biggest complaints for Windows 8 was the removal of the Start (or Windows) button in the lower-left corner of the desktop. Microsoft's move toward touch-screen computing made it rethink the way people use their computers in Windows 8, but those who spent years clicking the Start button to navigate the OS weren't pleased with an entirely new way of doing things.
As a compromise of sorts, Microsoft has reintroduced the Start button in Windows 8.1 in the lower-left corner of the screen. Clicking on it brings up the Start screen, where you can type a few letters to find and open apps, just like in Windows 8. While you still don't get the exact same pop-up menu you had in Windows 7, Microsoft has added the ability to right-click the new Start button to get to common Control Panel settings, open the Task Manager, perform a search, and other useful system tools. At the bottom of the pop-up menu you have the option to shut down or restart your computer -- a function that was previously found in Windows 8 by mousing to the top-right corner of the screen, dragging downward, clicking Settings, clicking Power, then clicking Shutdown or Restart.
There's obviously nothing groundbreaking about bringing a widely used interface element back from a previous OS, but we had hoped Microsoft could bring it back completely. We use Windows 8 every day, but we still miss the convenience of having recent files, the Control Panel, and everything else from Windows 7 in one spot, whereas you now need to drill down in multiple different areas when using Windows 8. Nevertheless, we're glad the company has made the menu more easily accessible for mouse-and-keyboard users at the very least.
Boot to Desktop
A change that many users will appreciate is the capability to set up the Windows machine to boot directly to the desktop from within the OS. It seems that Microsoft has heard the outcry from users, or perhaps the company is finally admitting to some extent that the tiled Modern UI is not necessarily ideal for mouse-and-keyboard setups. In any case, we're happy it's been added.
Xbox Music gets much more intuitive
In Windows 8, Xbox Music allowed you to stream free music from a huge library of more than 30 million songs. In Windows 8.1, the app has been redesigned to make it easier to move around the interface. A left navigation pane lets you start a radio station, explore artists, play songs from your collection, or create and manage playlists. On the right side of the screen you can view artists, explore content, watch videos, and more. We noticed this is a theme in Windows 8.1: many of the interface elements include a left-side nav with content on the right, and we think it's much better than the sideways scrolling found in earlier versions of Xbox Music. You can create Pandora-like radio stations by entering an artist to get a stream of similar music, and you can create playlists of music you choose. The process is a little involved, but when you're finished you can listen to a custom playlist in exactly the order you want. There are obviously other services like Spotify that let you choose songs to play, and Pandora, which does free streaming, but the new layout in Windows 8.1 makes it much easier to use and might be your new go-to app instead of third-party options.
Search gets an upgrade
The search charm in Windows 8.1 does a little more than it did before. Now when you perform a search, you'll get global results from several sources including files, SkyDrive, apps, and the Web. All your search results are displayed horizontally, with more results from other sources when you scroll to the right.
When you search for popular actors, musicians, sports figures, and other well-known people, Windows 8 displays what it calls a Hero screen. On a search for Kanye West, for example, you get a large photo, related songs and videos, movies, and -- as you scroll further -- more-basic Web search results to Web sites and images. When a person isn't as famous, you get standard Web search results with links to Web sites and photos.
More flexibility with Snap views
In Windows 8.1 you'll now be able to run more apps simultaneously on one monitor by resizing app windows and using the Snap function. Now, you can have up to four running apps on one screen simultaneously, as long as your screen has a high enough resolution: 2,560x1,440 pixels is required to display four simultaneous apps. With a dual-monitor setup, you could have eight apps running at once. On the Surface Pro that Microsoft loaned us for testing, we were only able to get three apps on one screen (Surface Pro features a 1,920x1,080 resolution), but it was easy to see how it could be useful.
Microsoft has added some personalization features with both the Start screen and lock screens so people can add a bit of their own style to desktops and tablets. There are more colors to choose from for backgrounds, and you can display a slideshow on your lock screen with photos currently on your hard drive or from those stored on SkyDrive.
Much-improved camera app
The camera app has been improved significantly in Windows 8.1. In Windows 8 your only option was to crop photos, but in 8.1, you get a full set of photo-editing tools to enhance color, adjust brightness and contrast, and red-eye, and pick from six different filters.
Our favorite part of the app is the color enhancement tool, which lets you pick a color on the photo, and enhance just that color to make it stand out. Where the camera app was almost useless before, in Windows 8.1 people will be more likely to use it with all the new features.
Part of this week's Microsoft Build event is about getting developers excited about making new apps for the Windows Store. A redesign in Windows 8.1 might be a step in the right direction with a cleaner look, larger images, and an overall more refined and sophisticated layout. Microsoft also made it so your current apps are now auto-updated, ensuring that you'll always have the latest versions.
One of the complaints of the Windows Store was that it didn't have a robust catalog of apps. While it's slowly grown since Windows 8 first arrived, hopefully a new look and auto-updates will make developers take a new interest in it.
Do the changes make Windows 8 better?
The short answer appears to be: yes. Windows 8.1 streamlines much of the touch interface, while adding many cosmetic and tangible, utilitarian features.
We think the real question, however, is: does 8.1 do enough to sweeten the bad taste left in the mouths of many Windows 8 users? That's a much more difficult question to answer and one that will require much more time spent with the new OS.
Windows 8.1 probably still relies a bit too much on touch and may not do all it needs to repair damage caused by its predecessor; however, it's a much-needed and in some cases impressive step in the right direction.
Editors' note: This story was originally posted at http://reviews.cnet.com/microsoft-windows-8-1/ but was moved here on October 16, 2013.
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