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The announcement of Apple's music bumpin' HomePod means you might be reconsidering which streaming service you use. To be honest, going from one to another might not be that big of a leap. Most streaming services do share a variety of similarities. They work on whatever smartphone you own, usually support streaming to speakers through Airplay or Google Cast, and its premium service lets you stream music on-demand and save it for offline listening.

Of course, not all music services are created equal. What might work with your Sonos may not play nice with your Amazon Echo, and what your upcoming HomePod will play isn't exactly third-party software.

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It's not a party without music. Whether you're hosting a birthday bash, an upscale cocktail affair or a chill holiday party, you're going to need some tunes. These playlist building tips will make sure your shindig is a fun, memorable event.

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Pandora's free music service is admirable, but if you're a mobile Pandora listener with extensive music tastes, you may want to consider the paid alternative as the company shifts to limiting the number of tunes you can hear per month.