The days when Napster was the most popular program to download music by P2P are far gone. This Internet classic and download emblem couldn't cope with the pressure of the large music labels but is now back years later with a renewed aspect. Yes, it still has to do with music, but now it's legal and supported by whom filed lawsuits against its original creator years ago.
What is Napster?
Nowadays, Napster is an online music streaming service on which you can search for music and listen to it without requiring any downloads, just like Spotify, Apple Music or Deezer. Furthermore, it's also backed by Sony, Universal and Warner, three of the largest companies in this industry, and three of its persecutors years ago. Times have changed.
- Search for songs and listen to them wherever you are.
- No adverts or interruptions.
- Catalog with over 40 million songs.
- High-quality sound at 320 kbps.
- Create your own playlists.
- Select music to be downloaded and listened to offline, saving data.
- Discover new artists and bands according to your tastes.
- Play music on hundreds of compatible devices.
Napster or Spotify?
Well, that depends on your personal tastes, but Napster has nothing to envy from the Swedish platform. OK, so Spotify is the famous brother, but Napster offers more music and at an unbeatable sound quality. Both services include free plans and paid plans with advanced functions, so there aren't too many differences. At the end of the day, it's all down to what you're looking for. Try it out, compare and decide whether you want to be part of the new and renovated Napster.