Bloom.fm is, at heart, a rival to services like Spotify. If you want to go all-out you can pay a tenner a month for all-you-can-eat streaming of its massive 22-million track library.
However, you can also pay much less to ‘lend’ a certain number of tracks at a time. Instead of all-out streaming, you can make playlists of tracks you want to listen to. You can have 20 tracks at a time for just £1 a month or 200 tracks for £5 a month. It’s also much cuter than Spotify, featuring an animated bee that darts around the screen as you navigate. And it’s less annoying than it sounds.