Ever since I was young, I always loved downloading and listening to music. Except it seemed like the most difficult process back then. Sites like Limewire (now shut down) were easy to access, but finding songs in their full versions and the right pitch was hard (not surprising being that it was free…). When I first got my Ipod, my brother taught me how to download and add them onto my Itunes. I would sit there for hours until they loaded and I could play them. Looking back on it, I can’t believe I was so patient while trying to update my Ipod. I think when I got into sophomore or junior year of high school, I kind of gave up on downloading music. Youtube was now in the picture and it was just a click away. No more waiting around for songs to download.
In college, my favorite website for music is Pandora Radio. Basically, you create personalized stations based on a song or artist and it randomly plays old and new songs that you may like. If you hit the thumbs up next to the song, Pandora customizes any future songs based on what you have liked. It’s really convenient for me because they have an app for my smartphone. I don’t need to download music anymore, or transfer it to my phone, and it saves so much space on my phone. So convenient.If you don’t have an account, it’s free and you should totally try it!