Which of the current music streaming services do you use/prefer and why?

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    I can't find anywhere that you explained why you feel this way after being asked, but it confounds me. YTR builds so much value to GPM that it's hard to understand why anyone would say "No!".

    I've been doing it since the service first started going on 5 years now. I get the early adopter rate of $7.99/mo. Any time I even think about another service, I consider how much I use both every day and I know no other service can duplicate that.
     
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    This probably depends on just how well supported the streamer is. My Heos links are regularly receiving firmware updates from Denon. So I suspect that if spotify changed their API on them, that a firmware update which supports the latest API would be forthcoming.
     

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