If you open up any music lover’s phone, you will probably see a number of music streaming apps – Spotify, Soundcloud, Youtube, Tidal, and more. Granted, it gets annoying to have to switch between each app to find particular songs or sets. Today, that changes.
Qus, a new app for Android devices, allows you to stream from YouTube, Soundcloud, Deezer, Spotify, and any songs you have stored on your phone already. You can search, play and create playlists from all of the sources to combine into one simple place to jam out to your tunes. You can share the tracks with your friends regardless of what music service they use, even if they don’t have Qus. To make life even easier, there is a “Listen With” feature that allows you to share music with your friends. Gone are the days of shared earbuds…
The app also comes with a number of social features, including the ability to follow others and gain your own followers. Though there are not a ton of users on the app yet, there is heavy potential to make all of our music-listening lives a lot easier.
You can download Qus from the Google Play Store.