GUEST POST: Music videos are awesome. Modern technology advances mean that it’s easier than ever to enjoy your favorite music, no matter where you are. Now, almost any device has the power to host your favorite music videos from almost any artist you chose.
With so many fantastic music videos on the market, it can be hard to pick the best place to see them. We’ve compiled a list of three frontrunners bound to give you your best daily music videos fix.
YouTube + a VPN
Everyone knows that YouTube is by far the industry giant in music videos. The fact that music videos can be individually uploaded by anyone means that you’re able to find almost any song you are looking for without a problem. There’s usually a range of options, so you can opt for the best quality.
Unfortunately, when it comes to being on the go, YouTube does have its drawbacks. It’s one of the most heavily censored sites worldwide, so you could find it’s often blocked if you travel to a different country. Because of this, it’s wise to accompany it with a VPN such as IPVanish, which will hide your IP address and allow you to gain access no matter where you are. Cool tip, huh?
Run and operated by VidZone Digital Media and Sony Entertainment, this is probably the largest official source for music videos available today. With over 10,000 unique videos available and a well-structured user interface, you can easily search by genre, artist or song to find a great variety of music videos.
You get the opportunity to create bespoke playlists of your favorite tracks with this app. It’s perfect for parties and social events. You can also ‘favorite’ tunes that you listen to regularly and add songs to a queue to create an ongoing listening and watching experience. BONUS: The app’s regularly updated with new releases.
Pluto.TV is an online broadcasting app that offers over a hundred channels, many of which solely stream music videos. You can choose by specific genre or even opt for one of the many channels dedicated to some of the biggest names like David Bowie and Taylor Swift.
Set up identically to a digital TV box, this app is easy to use. Switch between channels when you’re bored of the content you’re getting. You can also skip backward and forward through shows. Do this to find certain songs you want to listen to or to check out content you might have missed. It’s like MTV used to be, only better.
These are just a few of the many great music video services out there.
About the Author: Caroline is an entertainment and technology blogger and life-long music fan. She loves combining her passions and finding the best ways that tech has influenced the world of music. She hopes she can share all she knows to help others make the most of our changing world!