Go down the list. Google Play, Beats, Pandora, Rdio, Last.fm, Amazon, Spotify, Rhapsody, and many others are available through dedicated applications or websites. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a single, free app which grabbed them all? There’s not, of course, but Musicality is close; very close.
What you get in a single Mac app is AirPlay audio streaming from nearly any music website, with controls for the most popular music services. The list is extensive.
8tracks, Beats Music, Deezer, Google Play Music, Jango, Last.fm, MixCloud, Pandora, Rdio, Rhapsody, Seeburg 1000, Slacker Radio, Songza, SoundCloud, Spotify, and TuneIn Radio
Basically, Musicality is a website browser-like app which lets you visit each music source within a single app. It features controls, shortcuts, media keys, even background playback. All in a single location.
Musicality is free. For now. It’s still a work in progress, and, as is the case with most beta projects, subject to going wonky. But so far it has not. It’s like having a single app that runs nearly any online music subscription service you’d like.
If you’re into Pandora or Spotify, you’ll appreciate being able to switch back and forth with ease in Musicality. If you’ve never tried some of the other subscription services, this is a good way to check them out.
What I like is that it’s everything (or nearly so) in one single location. That said, Beats Music from Apple, with that 30-million plus music library, is about to make be give up on Pandora and Spotify altogether.