Best Spotify Premium Alternatives for Indians-2018 Updated

Although everyone knows Spotify Premium APK is unreplaceable if you want to listen to new English songs, still the only downside of Spotify is that it’s not available in all the countries. Many countries along with India are not allowed to use Spotify. Although one can use Spotify by changing the IP address to a country where Spotify is supported, it becomes hectic sometimes to do all those processes, So you might like knowing some best Spotify Alternatives that you can use in any country especially India.

Top 4 Spotify Alternatives for Android

Saavn: Savan is one of the most famous and best-supported music apps in India. The option to listen to music of all the Indian languages as well as to listen to Hollywood/English songs makes it special. The only downside of this app is that you need to buy Saavn pro in order to download the music. And Ads are an annoying part of the free version of this app. But still, its surely worth a try on your android phone.

Gaana Music App: Get access to over 3 Million songs of 9 different languages through Gaana app. Gaana is again an Indian made app focussed mainly on Indian Music. Although there is a huge list of English songs, it’s not always enough. You can also socialize on Gaana, and view your friend’s songs history and also share your playlists and songs with your friends with ease.

Youtube: Yes, we know Youtube is not for listening to music, but Youtube is a place where you can get any music of any language, no matter how less famous the artist or track is, but you always get the song you want on youtube, that is the reason why youtube deserves a spot on this list. Another advantage of youtube is that you can sync your history and playlist in your phone and computer by logging into same google account in both the devices.

SoundCloud: How can we miss out SoundCloud from the list, Soundcloud is the best-known alternative to any music app as the database is so huge that you can almost get any song from any artist on SoundCloud. Servers of SoundCloud are another advantage as songs buffer quickly and you don’t have to pause the songs in-between to buffer it. and additionally, SoundCloud also allows you to download your songs to listen offline for free.


Mflow is an interesting proposition: five million songs, no ads, and an integrated social network for easy discovery of new music. The sound quality is superb, the catalog covers everything from Katy B to Bob Dylan and the whole thing is really rather wonderful. It’s Twitter for tunes.

Grooveshark is probably the closest equivalent to Spotify, but unlike its rival, it’s completely web-based: there’s no software to download. It also takes a different approach to adverts, with visual rather than audio ads.You can search for music or listen to pre-defined radio stations and playlists can be shared, and the quality is generally good. We say “generally” because the odd track is shockingly poor.

Musicovery‘s lo-fi free service does a decent job of finding music that’s similar to the artists you already like – but unless you stump up 3€ per month for the premium version you can’t limit playlists to your favorites and ban songs you can’t stand, and the sound quality’s hopeless.

My Music service An excellent place to listen to major artists’ music. The My Music service enables you to create your own playlists, but it’s a bit patchy: for example, when we searched for Foo Fighters we couldn’t add anything from the current album, even though we were listening to it in another open MySpace tab.


So, you don’t have to be sad if Spotify is not supported in your country, and instead, you can use the alternative app which suits your requirement the best. And among this list, we recommend you to try SoundCloud first. If you have anything to say about the listed apps or want to add any of your favorite apps, comment it below. And if you feel this article helped you in finding best Spotify Alternatives in India, then don’t forget to share it with your friends and help us grow.

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