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When it comes to subscribers, theundisputed king of on-demand streaming music is Spotify. The Swedish-born service helped pioneer the current market and has tens of millions , not to mention countless millions more free users. But Apple Music, known for its high-level exclusive releases and full integration into Apple’s popular , is the hottest service on Spotify’s heels. Apple’s streaming servicehas shown impressive growth in listenership since its inception, garnering about , now up to about since it went live in June 2015 — nineyears behind Spotify.

But let’s get down to brass tacks. Apple Music versus Spotify: Which is the ? Followus below tosee ifApple has what it takes to steal Spotify’scrown. Also, if you’re looking to — aka, the former king of internet radio — we’ve got you covered.

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Spotify first gained itsdominant position on the strength of itsimpressive30 million-plus song catalog. Couple this with the fact that it adds more than 20,000 new songs each day, and the service offers more musicthan your ears even know what to do with. While several holes do exist in its library, Spotify’s catalog isextremely deep, and eventually conceded her protest. The Swedish streaming service also brings all the latest record releases, exclusive live sessions, and various new singles right to its each Friday, providing a great way to hear the latest from established artists and rising stars alike. (Just stroll through for a sense of the size is the catalog.)

Apple’s service however, which is superiorto Spotify’s “30 million-plus” figure (though we’re not sure by how much), and also outdoes newer contenderslikeand Jay-Z’s Tidal. Moreover, Apple has taken steps to secure many more exclusives than the competition, largely because it doesn’t offer a free tier. The Swedish streaming giant isn’t too happy with artists signing exclusivity deals with Apple, either; Spotify reportedly has a history of for artists who release their music through Apple first.

There’s another area where Apple Music has the leg up on its competition: Integration of the iTunes library. Any music you have — whether previously purchased via the iTunes Store, ripped from a physical CD, or uploaded to iTunes Match — will appear in your Apple Music library, giving you the option to alongsideApple’s standardcatalog. Spotify offers a similar function, relegating your local music files to a separate tab, but you can’t access your local music via broad searches like you can withApple Music.

Winner: Music discovery

With so many songs at the ready, streaming libraries can seem daunting for those who want to find new music, but Spotify provides a lot of useful tools for finding new songs to suit your individual taste.Playlistslike , New Music Friday, and Monday’s personalized provide fantastic opportunitiesfor subscribers to latch on to new music from artists they never stumbled across on their own. The program’s of dozens of base genres to choose from makes new music ripe for the picking, and other personalized playlists like are constantly being added to the mix.Spotify even has a featured series called , which allows fans of pop music to listen to the songwriters behind some of their favorite hits.

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The American College of Thessaloniki, a division of Anatolia College, is an independent, non-profit, liberal arts college. Anatolia College is an American-sponsored, private educational institution founded in 1886. ACT offers a four-year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science program and one or two year MBA to over 500 students from over 20 countries. Classes held at Anatolia’s beautiful 45-acre campus are small enough to ensure close interaction between the professor and student. Course Offerings The American College of Thessaloniki offers programs of study in the arts and sciences, and in business administration. All coursework is taught in English, and no prior study or knowledge of Greek language is required. Course offerings are in a wide array of disciplines and include Accounting, Anthropology, Computer Science, Economics, English, European Studies, Finance, Greek language, History, Humanities, Management, Marketing, Philosophy, Political Science/Sociology and Statistics. All students are required to take a course in Greek language that is appropriate to their level of knowledge. Students who demonstrate Greek fluency are not required to take Greek language. In addition, all students are required to take one course from an approved list of Greek civilization and culture courses as part of their semester course load. Students then choose other courses from the schedule of classes for a maximum of 12 credits. Students may take additional credits above 12 by paying The American College of Thessaloniki additional tuition per credit. See Tentative Course Offerings for all current terms at ACT here . Please click here to see ACT’s offering of a wide variety of ACT Internship, Practicum, Volunteer Service Learning Work opportunities.pdf . Credits: Credits vary depending on the selected program Instructor's Language: English, other than language courses

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The American College of Thessaloniki offers study abroad students off-campus accommodation in downtown Thessaloniki. Rooms and studios in apartment complexes are all fully furnished (including kitchen appliances in individual studios or in common areas), and are assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. Both single and double-occupancy options exist. Off-campus housing locations are well served by the city's reliable bus system with buses running at 10-15 minute intervals. In addition, during the fall and spring semesters the college provides free bus service in a morning run (picks up students from their residence) and an evening run (drops them off at their residence). Extracurricular activities are an important part of the program, including cross-cultural orientation programs, excursions, museum visits, archaeological digs, dance classes, and student clubs. Excursions may include Athens, Vergina-Dion, Meteora and Mount A. Field Trips Excursions For the semester program, in addition to tours of Thessaloniki, two out-of-town field trips are organized. In previous semesters, CCIS students have taken a day trip to Vergina (during orientation) and a weekend trip to Athens (around the middle of the semester). Excursions are subject to change. The Field Trip Club (probably the most popular ACT club) organizes a number of field trips during the semester. ACT partially subsidizes these trips, but participants also contribute an amount depending on total participation. The Mountaineering Club also organizes trips, including a Mt. Olympus climb every fall. Student contributions for these field trips range from 40-150 euros per person and include transportation and lodging. See the Field Trip brochure . For the summer session program, a two- or three-day hosted field trip to one of the nearby Greek Islands is planned to offer students an opportunity for rest and relaxation. In addition, other the program helps students attend numerous cultural events and activities that show off Thessaloniki’s exceptional and varied cuisine, exciting nightlife, outstanding museums, and astonishing examples of Roman and Byzantine architecture. Activities are organized throughout the summer. Academic Societies, Artistic Ensembles, Recreational Clubs and Publications A Clubs Fair is hosted by all ACT organizations at the beginning of each term so students may become familiar and choose clubs or activities that best suit their personal interests. ACT has many active student organizations including the History and International Society, Marketing Society, Ecology Club, Drama Club, Fitness Courses, Riding Club, Creative Writing Society, Newspaper, Student Council, and Intramural Athletic Activities. Each organization meets weekly and is advised by a faculty member. These activities are open to CCIS study abroad students and their participation is especially welcomed. Student Events ACT students along with faculty organize educational talks, social programs and conferences throughout the year. Recent events have included the following:

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