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Shuffler.fm

Shuffler.fm

7/9/12

Overview
For the most part there isn't much difference between these three Internet music websites. Each one on them has their small differences that make them unique, but from an overall standpoint they are pretty equal. From a visual perspective they are all very well done. I spent some time navigating through each website and they are straightforward and easy to use. All three websites allow for download on mobile devices as well as social networks. They also have interactive blogs that allow members to communicate and voice their opinions. The sign-up for all is quick and painless and free. Only one of the websites (Pandora), allowed for an upgraded version with a monthly or yearly fee that I could locate. Overall I could see myself using each of these sites for Internet music on my computer or phone without hesitation.

Shuffler
This Internet music website is really intriguing because it allows you to listen to the music that you want to hear or what other people are creating. Once you sign-up, which only takes a second, you can start listening to music or listing peoples blogs and see what they are listening to and talking about. I like this design because it allows you to find new music and get feedback on what other people think. The bloggers could be anyone from a DJ, to a regular person, to the artist that you are listening to. Another cool thing is that you can create your own blog and music playlist for individuals to subscribe to. It doesn't take much knowledge of the website to start using, which is a plus. I would recommend this Internet music website to a friend.

jango.com

jango.com

7/9/12

Overview
For the most part there isn't much difference between these three Internet music websites. Each one on them has their small differences that make them unique, but from an overall standpoint they are pretty equal. From a visual perspective they are all very well done. I spent some time navigating through each website and they are straightforward and easy to use. All three websites allow for download on mobile devices as well as social networks. They also have interactive blogs that allow members to communicate and voice their opinions. The sign-up for all is quick and painless and free. Only one of the websites (Pandora), allowed for an upgraded version with a monthly or yearly fee that I could locate. Overall I could see myself using each of these sites for Internet music on my computer or phone without hesitation.

Jango
I just came across this website today and I really like what I have discovered. This Internet music website makes it easy to find music that I want to listen to as well as seeing what others are listening too. It makes music even more social and fun. It only takes a minute to sign-up and start listening to music. What I like about this website is the ability to view what others are listening to, so I can upgrade my music play list. The only thing that I don't like about this website is the pop-up advertisement. I don't mind if there is ads on the side of the website because I understand that they have to make money. I just don't like when it is right in my face. I would recommend this website to a friend because it is innovative with music sharing.

Pandora

Pandora

7/9/12

Overview
For the most part there isn't much difference between these three Internet music websites. Each one on them has their small differences that make them unique, but from an overall standpoint they are pretty equal. From a visual perspective they are all very well done. I spent some time navigating through each website and they are straightforward and easy to use. All three websites allow for download on mobile devices as well as social networks. They also have interactive blogs that allow members to communicate and voice their opinions. The sign-up for all is quick and painless and free. Only one of the websites (Pandora), allowed for an upgraded version with a monthly or yearly fee that I could locate. Overall I could see myself using each of these sites for Internet music on my computer or phone without hesitation.

Pandora
The thing about Pandora that I like the most is the ability to use quick and easily. Once you sign-up, which takes about a minute, you can get right to listening to the music. It doesn't ask you to upgrade to the advanced version or make you jump through hoops to find the songs that you are looking for. Another cool thing about Pandora is that it chooses other artists that play the same type of music you are listening to so you can get some more variety. You can also share the songs that you are listening to with your friends through social media outlets. The only con I have for Pandora is the advertising interruptions after every couple of songs. It isn't a big deal because the ads aren't very long and the music is free. This website provides free music that people want to listen to when they want to listen to it. I would recommend this website to other because it is great.

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