Streaming music services are so popular that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) now factors music streaming into its Platinum and Gold certifications.
Considering that most online music services’ streams are in the 320Kbps range, Deerzer’s audio quality is quite impressive. In fact, Deezer’s new Masters’ Streams are even more exciting, offering studio-quality audio courtesy of the Master Quality Authenticated audio codec.
What do you know about Deezer?
Deezer, the music streaming company that started its operations in France and has since grown to nearly every part of the world, has some pretty notable stats.
This internet-based audio streaming service is available in 182 countries; hence, there’re only ten countries in the whole world that don’t have Deezer. So, unless you currently reside in Taiwan, Vatican or Kosovo, this article applies to you.
Do you have any idea about how large is Deezer’s Music Library?
The sheer size of the company is clear from the fact: There are over 35 million songs on Deezer, compared to the 25 million on the Apple Music or Google Play Store. And, if you can’t get what you’re looking for, the company lets you import your favorite MP3s.
Deezer’s price plans:
The service is offered in three tiers: a premium version that runs $9.99, an ad-supported Discovery tier and an elite version, essentially provides the Rolls-Royce of streaming music services, for $14.99.
Once you buy into the program, audio quality steps up to 320kbps at the Premium level and, ultimately, you can stream hi-def CD-quality 16/44.1 KHz music once you plunk down 15 bucks a month for Elite.
You don’t necessarily find the Deezer’s Elite in every country, or on every device. It’s not accessible on your phone via the Deezer app in the USA, for example.
To bring it to the states, the company runs a partnership with Sonos.
Getting started with Deezer:
You can run it like you run-of-the-mill streaming service. There’s a login required to use it across all of your devices.
One of the primary steps towards building a better experience includes highlighting particular genres, songs, and artists that you like by “hearting” them.
Do you know what it likes to be a Deezer’s user?
Your right perception of Deezer is very much depended on which app and where you reach the service. The most hale option is the online player, available on all browsers.
Without becoming too cluttered or exhibiting too much at a time, Deezer is more functional than other sites, like Pandora and Rdio.
The web player compartmentalizes the five explicit features of the service: Hear this, Top Playlists, New Releases, Mixes, and My Music.
So what you’re really waiting for? Simply download the Deezer’s app and start enjoying any of your favorite track from the available more than 35 million.