It would be nice to have other ways to stream media as I don't use Slacker or TuneIn. I still have to rely on my phone to stream music but no access to playlists and other features.
Yes, it would be nice, but for now those are your only options. You can get playlists in Slacker if you pay for your own Slacker Premium account and log in to that from the car.
soundcloud is now much more popular, as for me if you want to listen to new, interesting music, you should look there. A lot of young, unknown artists who create profiles and upload their music. Moreover, to pump your account there is quite easy, with the help of services such as https://soundcloudgrow.com/ . After that, there is a great chance that someone will notice and appreciate your work.
Among all these streaming services, honestly I like Google Play music best. It has the feature to let users to store 50,000 songs for free. So I switch from Spotify to Google Play. This tips help me do the transfer smoothly: https://www.drmare.com/spotify-music/upload-spotify-music-to-google-play...
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So Spotify is added, would really like the AppleMusic client, shouldn't be that hard as there is also multiplatform support for that one (Android, IOS).
You can use MusConv if you want to transfer music.
Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, MLB, Stitcher, etc.
Yes, Tesla eventually needs a solution that supports a broader set of services. SiriusXM, Slacker and TuneIn alone don’t cut it IMO.
There are a couple other threads where the debate rages on approach to solving that... CarPlay, Tesla proprietary service, Tesla API framework, “do nothing”, etc. I suggest reading and engaging on those threads, if interested in more.
Really informative topic so far i read, I have lots of my favorite music to transfer apple to spotify but, I don't know until i found https://musconv.com/ Wow, its great very good so far to migrate my music even vice versa.
Bumping this for relevance. It would be really nice to have YouTube music app in car, as YouTube is already in the system and a lot of ppl pay for the YouTube subscription. Switching to another music player is not an option since we are already subscribed to YouTube Music.
Is it possible to play YouTube music using the regular YouTube app?
I got every access while I listening music on the TubeMate (https://appsgag.com/en/tubemate/details) application. I think, you should try this app at least one time...
Another vote for Google Play Music
As a new Model 3 owner, I LOVE my car...but...the one area where it feels really backwards is Music, especially selecting music from my iPhone...the only way I know how is manually, which completely defeats the purpose of being automated.