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It is easier than you think, especially if you are used to listen music on YouTube. There are a lot of easy to use websites, where you need just to insert the link to your video and push the button "download". I am sure that it is much more useful. I have been already used this option for 2 years to download lectures and podcasts for my university. I recommend you to try https://youtubemp3.la, because there is possible to install the app on your phone. Of course, it is totally for free. Hope that I have helped you.
 

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I use Spotify and I really like this app, I have Spotify premium. It's an ad-free service and you get the access to its huge music library (over 50 million songs).
 

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It is easier than you think, especially if you are used to listen music on YouTube. There are a lot of easy to use websites, where you need just to insert the link to your video and push the button "download". I am sure that it is much more useful. I have been already used this option for 2 years to download lectures and podcasts for my university. I recommend you to try https://youtubemp3.la, because there is possible to install the app on your phone. Of course, it is totally for free. Hope that I have helped you.
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Well, if your car has Bluetooth, and I am sure it has, you can listen to music directly from your smartphone, without AUX or different CDs. I had an Apple Music subscription but after one year and a lot of disappointments, I made myself a Spotify account. It is much better, I agree, but it is a bit pricey for my pocket. Some friends recommended me Jiosaavn app download, which is a new streaming service, similar to Spotify, but a bit cheaper. Moreover, they have a 3 months free trial period, and I think I'll try it.
 
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