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The top five music streaming apps in town

Listening to music is probably one of our biggest pastimes. Not so long ago, it was the age of cassette players or disc-mans. Then came the iPods and mp3 players. These could store hundreds of songs easily. But with the advent of internet, came along music streaming apps. Here we listed the most popular five local music streaming app with a great music library.

Robi/Airtel Yonder Music

Downloads: 100,000 | Rating: 4.1

Unlike GP Music and Banglalink Vibe, Yonder Music is free for Robi and Airtel subscribers. Yonder's Snap Karaoke feature lets you sing along to your favourite tracks, record the experience, and share it with your friends. Boasting a collection of over 20 million songs, it has a Discovery mode for both local and international content, as well as a personalisable feature and exclusive content on concerts and artists. Yonder is available on Google Play as well as the App Store.

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Banglalink Vibe

Downloads: 10,000 | Rating: 4.6

Like GP Music, Vibe has a 30-day free trial offer and simple subscription plans. Vibe promises to bring you everything from the latest hits to hard-to-find classics on your Banglalink powered smartphone. Although it's only available on Google Play, you can access your playlist from multiple devices.


Downloads: 50,000 | Rating: 4.6

GAAN is exclusively dedicated to Bangla music and Bangladeshi musicians. Discover new music and artists from the on-demand radios or simply browse genre-based radios and playlists. Besides creating personal playlists, users can create their very own radios and share favourite artists and songs with friends on Facebook. GAAN is available on both the App Store and Google Play.

GP Music

Downloads: 100,000 | Rating: 4.2

Available on the App Store and Google Play, GP Music claims to bring the country's largest digital music collection to your fingertips. With both online and offline music streaming features, you can explore hundreds of curated playlists or build your own from scratch. There's a 30-day free trial option, and daily, weekly, fortnightly and monthly subscription packs to choose from. A cool feature is the points system – stream music and earn points which you can cash in for exclusive benefits. The drawback is that it's only available for GP users.  


Downloads: 100,000 | Rating: 4.0

mJams offers two modes to its users: Discover and Jamming. With Discover mode, you can check out local and international highlights, new releases, as well as popular albums, tracks and playlists. Jamming mode is the new radio – choose a genre, hit play and enjoy. Alternatively, pick a mood and have a curated playlist do the rest. On the downside, mJams isn't available on the App Store.

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