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Here are 4 tips on how to always have music on your Android phone!

1. Save the songs to your MicroSD card

Many Android devices have a microSD memory card slot. They serve to increase the storage space of mobile phones which are generally quite scarce, especially on the cheaper models. The great advantage is that we can carry files saved on the card, such as music tracks, to other phones that also have the slot.

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Use a memory card to save all your music on Android. / ANDROIDPIT

To store your music on the microSD card of your Android smartphone is simple. Simply connect your phone to your desktop or notebook via the USB cable that comes in the box. Your phone appears in the file explorer of the operating system, which in the case of Windows Windows Explorer. With two clicks on it you can start browsing the folders of your smartphone. Search for the Music or Music folder and open it with two clicks.

Then go to the folder on your PC or notebook where your music is saved. Now just copy (Ctrl + C) or drag the songs to your phone's Music folder and wait for the download to finish. Okay, after that just disconnect the phone from the PC and open the standard Android music player. All of your songs will already be listed on it, ready to be heard.

2. Welcome to the 21st century: listen to streaming music!

In the previous topic we taught how you can pass your music from your computer to your phone's microSD card in order to listen to it with the standard Android player. However, there is a slightly easier method of doing this than using streaming music applications.

much more practical and easy to listen to streaming music

Youtube is an example of streaming feature. This means that you do not have to download the content (in this case, videos) to consume it on your mobile phone. You can watch while the content is still loaded.

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There are a huge variety of music streaming apps. / ANDROIDPIT
<p>The same thing happens with music. There are some apps that allow you to access a huge collection of music without downloading them to your device let alone buying them, which would cost a small fortune. Instead, through a monthly subscription, you can listen to the music you want, whenever you want and as often as you want, without paying a fortune for it and without taking up space on your mobile phone or memory card.</p>
<p>Below we list the best music streaming apps:</p>
<li>Google Play Music</li>
<li>Stage mp3</li>
<li>Apple music</li>
<p>Each of these applications has a different collection of music. Some have more and others less. In addition, some of them have free and paid plans, others only have paid plans. Therefore, we suggest that you read the article below to get a better understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of each option:</p>
<h2>3. The good old radio on your Android</h2>
<p>In the tech world there is a saying that there is an app for that. Basically, it means that there is an app for anything you want to do with your phone. If you still think of radio as the best way to listen to music and meet new artists, know that there is an app that turns your phone into a radio. I mean, there are several apps for that.</p>
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What they do simply pick up the schedule from hundreds and perhaps even thousands of radio stations from various countries and broadcast over the internet. Thus, it is enough that your mobile phone is connected to the internet for you to listen to the radio you want. Check out a list of free apps you can install on your phone to listen to the radio:

  • Audials Radio Player – This player goes beyond listening to radios, it lets you record them
  • Jango Radio – Great for gathering multiple references;
  • Spotify – It has a radio listening function based on an artist or musical genre;
  • TuneIn Radio – the best known, complete and easy to sweat of all;
  • XiiaLive – This program offers over 50,000 radio stations and is extremely intuitive and easy to use.

If you really like radios, we advise you to buy a smartphone that has a built-in antenna. This way, you don't need to install any applications, since you can listen to radio directly from the phone antenna.

4. I don't have a microSD card, I don't want to pay for streaming subscription and I don't like listening to radio. And now?

Let's say your phone doesn't have a memory card slot or you don't want to subscribe to a music streaming service. Let's also assume that your smartphone's memory is low and on edge. That is, no chance of putting music on your device. Well, the only solution in this case would be to buy a device with USB OTG.

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This is an example of an OTG flash drive. / ANDROIDPIT

OTG stands for On The Go. This type of connection allows you to plug devices such as flash drives and external hard drives through the phone's microUSB port and play MP3 files stored on them. It's not as practical as the ones mentioned above, but at least you won't be without listening to music on your phone.

So if this Christmas you want to buy a mobile phone, and want to use it to listen to music, consider these tips.

And, do you remember any other methods of listening to music on your Android phone that is not listed in this article and of course be cool? Share your suggestions in the comments below.

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