As an internet entrepreneur, you need to get eliminate distractions and maximize your time/efficiency output. Whether at a cafe, or beachside restaurant, streaming music is the future of how we’re listening to music.
Lucky for us, there’s a number of different options to choose from. Here’s the top 5 music apps for Internet Entrepreneurs that want maximum productivity…
Spotify is a streaming music service that made a huge splash in the music industry for being one of the first on the scene. For working, I like the FOCUS section, which has a wide selection of music tailored to help you focus.
You can listen to for free, or you can pay $9.99/month and be ad-free, unlimited skips, listen to in off-line mode, and HQ quality streams. All in all, Spotify’s playlists are quite impressive. They have an easy layout, good playlist selection, and it’s nice to see what your friends are listening to.
You looking for a dedicated streaming service focused on electronic music? DI.fm is a fantastic choice. I have 5 playlists saved, and usually work to high BPM (beats per minute) tracks to get me into flow. Vocal Trance is one of my favourites. Stimulates both my mind and emotions.
Great for long DJ sets. You’ll discover the newest electronic tracks on SoundCloud. Subscribe to a few people that have good music you like, and you’ll get never ending feeds of DJ sets. Create some playlists and you’re good to go with professional DJ sets.
8Tracks is another favourite. What’s unique about 8Tracks is you enter 2 words that resembles your mood, setting, genre, or artist, and then it narrows results based on what you chose. Also, the playlists are submitted by the users, instead of internal staff, so you get some pretty cool music that you wouldn’t normally here before. Type in Focus, and you’ll get music to suit your needs.
New on the scene is Apple Music, and they have big plans to eat up the competition. Similar to Spotify’s format, it learns what you listen to and recommends a tailored play list, offline access to your music, unlimited skips, and integrates well with your Apple devices. It’s still new, so time will tell how they develop Apple Music.
Do you have any recommended music apps not listed?