The movement to save music on your device is already going out of style, so having your music online is a better option to avoid consuming internal memory. Spotify is responsible for carrying out this action with its streaming music service, allowing you to listen to the music you want whenever you want with the condition of having an internet connection, either via Wi-Fi or mobile data.
With this small application you can archive thousands of albums of different artists, you can even transfer information from the PC application to your mobile device. In your profile you can create playlists that others can visit, save songs on these lists and play them whenever and wherever you want.
The official application has two versions, the free one has limitations regarding pay. In the paid version you can appreciate a better audio quality, as well as not see the annoying advertising that is in the free version. In addition to having a feature called "radio mode" which creates a random playlist based on an artist or genre.
*Standard connection to the network: due to the combination of dedicated streaming servers in the transfer of Internet files, a 256bit / s connection is the minimum you need for basic song playback.
*Listen to songs without connection: when you have already listened to a song completely, you can access it without an internet connection since these are stored in the application's cache memory and thus avoid consuming more internet in case the song is repeated in the application when you are connected. So it is advisable to have at least 1 GB available for the cache.
*Keeps you updated: the premium version lets you know about news from your artists even before a song officially comes out.
*Premium user comfort: being a premium user you enjoy better audio quality and avoid advertising that occupies space on the application screen.