With a music streaming service, instead of purchasing a track or album, you pay a flat monthly fee to play unlimited tracks that you don't actually own. The upside is that you don't have to shell out money every time you want to hear a new song, but the downside is that if you cancel your subscription, you no longer have access to that music. You'll also need an Internet connection to get your jams.
If you're ready to take the plunge with streaming, or want to switch from what you use now, there are copious options. With numerous similarities between them, including price, it's hard to tell which one is the best choice for you. This guide details the top music streaming services, plus lesser-known offerings, to help you decide which one is worth your money.