All music from services such as Spotify, SoundCloud or Google Play Music in one application for Windows, Mac and Linux.
The services of streaming music A la carte have changed the way we consume this type of content and millions of users already pay a monthly subscription to have access to a huge music catalog on any device and without limits.
Spotify is, of course, the service par excellence in this field, although it is not the only one of course. Harmony is a desktop application that allows us to listen to music from all these services in one place.
Harmony, a player with various on-demand music systems
If we use several services of this type, it is usual to have each of its official applications installed separately and use the one that corresponds in each case, or pull their web versions.
Harmony is a project developed by a young Frenchman of 17 years old and is based on bringing together the music of the different platforms under one roof, therefore, we can access the music of Spotify, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Deezer and The Hype Machine from the same application.
Of course, in the case of a desktop player We can also manage and listen to our local music on it. At the design level it is very simple, we find the playback controls and the basic information of what is playing at the top.
On the left side we find the panel from which to switch between the different services, discover music and manage the playlists we create and of course we have a integrated search engine to find songs and artists.
Harmony has a dark mode for those who prefer that interface and it also has a totally responsive design, so it can stay with a minimum size or be integrated into the system navigation bar. Is completely free and you can download it for Windows, Mac or Linux on its official website.
An important detail is that in the case of Spotify, the music leaves YouTube, since Spotify gives access to its information API, but not to the music itself, so the application searches for matches.