History of CD’s and Music apps

History of CD’s and Music apps
When music finally moved over to CDs, it was an event that changed the world of music forever. Immediately, cassette sales plummeted and most cassettes were either destroyed or buried. However, with music apps and digital downloads, the CD still holds on somehow. Why? The reason is that many countries are still not serviced by reliable online music apps. This is why CDs are still able to control a portion of the music market, however, this is quickly changing as more music companies are creating free Android apps to end the reign of the CD.

Why are CDs so terrible? What was once considered a selling point, CDs basically won’t ever deteriorate, is now considered a negative. CDs, can sit in a landfill for hundreds and possibly thousands of years. Digital downloads simply don’t have that problem. While it does take more energy to maintain music servers, the comparable effects are still substantial in favor of the environment.

CDs have also become rather cumbersome. CD players in cars still have a purpose, but even most car manufacturers are now moving to a standard of digital radio or digital music players. The same is happening for most retail stores that sell devices for playing music. So, CDs have had around three decades of good purpose, but in the next decade, they will become relics. Music apps will continue to dominate the market and with even more planned for the future, the competition will become very fierce, driving down prices for music fans.

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