The music industry has undergone some vivid and controversial changes. The growing popularity of the Internet and its ubiquity in just about every homeis kind of shocking for parents nowadays. Just as iTunes reinvented how we listen to music (on the go, from our phone), new music streaming channels are changing how we digest music.
It seems that only collector’s buy albums anymore. Music streaming is easier, more manageable, and often more lucrative than other channels could ever be in this new day and age. WonderShare’s ‘TunesGo’ website has stepped right into this world in a big way. The core idea of listening to music in the modern way is that it can be listened to anywhere without being an obvious burden.
No major restrictions, no plastic cases, and no constraints define how we listen. TunesGo expresses the transitional aspects of music in a beautiful way. Users can transfer their music from one platform to the other with no delay.
So if there is music present on a smartphone, it can be sent to the desktop computer through the TunesGo platform. The platform can also stream music through a built-in app that is closely associated with YoUTube.
TunesGO has this wonderful interface that steps right into the world of streaming and experiencing music. Best yet, the whole thing works on Android. It is about time.