With the accessibility of mobile apps and subscription services, it’s sometimes difficult to navigate which are the best, and which are sub-par. It seems every month there’s a new subscription service biting at our heels, asking us to part with a small monthly sum for a world of content or method for structuring our lives.
Which ones should you adopt? Which ones should you choose not to install? This list will explain the best services subscriptions you should have right now that will satisfy all of your entertainment needs and wants.
Some of them will also improve your health. Note these down and expose yourself to these services to figure out if they’re right for you.
Netflix is the ‘de facto’ most popular streaming service nowadays, and with good reason. The site hosts multiple brilliant televisions shows and movies, curated by genuine film buffs. The library is consistently growing in size, meaning that the amount of content you get for your subscription fee is staggering. With a VPN, you’ll also be able to access content around the world, despite that not being offered to you in your current location. This is great if you’re traveling and want to keep accessing the content from your home country in your downtime. Check secure thoughts for how to best implement this.
Netflix also offers a range of exciting original programming, and those projects attract some of the best actors, directors, and writers in the business. The time has never been greater to expose yourself to new television shows and relive old ones you haven’t seen for years. With a current subscriber base of 98.75 million worldwide, you can be sure that Netflix will be going from strength to strength in the coming years.
If you’re a music lover, Spotify Premium has all the new album content you could want. With a digital collection of both old and new albums, curated classical lists and now even a huge base of video game soundtracks, Spotify will cover all of the audible greatness your ears could possibly desire to be exposed to.
A benefit of paying for the premium service is that you’re able to save files offline to your mobile, reducing the need to stream from your 4G mobile data plan when you’re out and about. The premium service also completely removes advertisements from your listening experience. If you’re trying to expose yourself to new artists, the ‘Discover Weekly’ playlist Spotify automatically curates for you is actually really good, and balances ‘similar yet different’ perfectly to best accommodate your tastes while helping you out of your comfort zone at the same time.
Headspace is a meditation app which both teaches you how to meditate effectively, as well as helping you track your progress with that pursuit in real time. It will enable you to become a clearer thinker and a more present individual. It features a list of categories such as ‘relationships, stress’ among others to help you learn how to apply presence to every facet of your life. The subscription cost is even less than the other services listed here. Training your mind has never been so cheap.
These three items subscribed to together will provide you with all your entertainment and cognitive cleansing needs. Be sure to make the most of them, and you’ll have no reason to be bored!
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