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CNET Top 5
The online services worth paying forLots of companies want your money. These are the online services you think are worth your hard earned money.
[MUSIC] There are so many services out there vying for your money. These are the top five online services worth paying for, as voted by you. At number five, Spotify. It's one of the more popular music services out there. It's so popular that Taylor Swift once had a problem with it. The service features so many top artists and has a huge catalog. It's really easy to you. At number 4, Lastpass. If you haven't heard of Lastpass, it's a password manager. They could generate all kinds of crazy passwords so you don't make the mistake of using one password for every site. Don't do that. The general service is free, but their premium version lets you easily access Lastpass On mobile devices like your phone. At number three Google Play Music and YouTube Red. I'll say I'm surprised by this one, but I get it. For 999 a month you get both Google Play Music and YouTube Red That means you can upload all your music to Google Play Music and listen to its giant catalogue as well. On top of that, that same 9.99 gets you access to YouTube Red, the premium version of YouTube, that means no ads, none. Both of those together make it hard to argue with that price. At number two, Amazon Prime. AMazon Prime is a crazy service. You pay an annual rate and you get all kinds of privileges. Two-day shipping on whatever you buy is included in the fee. Want to watch a catalogue of streaming movies, tv shows, and award winning programming? That's included. Want to listen to music? That's included. Want to travel the world in an Amazon Prime box? That's not included yet. Before we get to number one, let's take a look at a service that did not get on the list, Backup Services. Many of you use different services, but the category pulled in almost ten percent of the vote. And now, it's time for numero uno. And the number one service worth paying for, as voted by you, is Netflix. Nearly twenty percent of votes were cast for Netflix, which is really understandable. It's cheap. It's offered streaming commercial free video for years, and it's upped its original offerings in the past few years. Check out Orange is the New Black Or the Marvel shows like Jessica Jones or Daredevil for proof of that. Do you have a difference of opinion? Let me know. I'm @Donald on Twitter. Wait, that's not me. I'm @iyaz. Anyway, I'll see you online. [MUSIC]