There's a huge choice of music and video streaming services available, giving you instant access to millions of tracks and thousands of films. So which is best? We've tested them all and picked out our favourites.
Spotify
Spotify
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A tenner a month will get you the ads-free 'Premium' service, access to 20 million tracks and better 320kbps streaming qualty. Go for the free option with ads and you'll get 160kbps, or a 96kbps option if you want to limit data use on your mobile. With the best music catalogue, leading social features, strong platform support and a great free service, Spotify is the most complete music streaming service around. Hence it's our music streaming Product of the Year 2014.

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Qobuz
Qobuz music streaming
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Qobuz launched in its native France in 2007 and landed in the UK in December 2013. Its USP is its catalogue of16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC-quality streams, the first such service in the UK to offer CD-quality streaming. It's not cheap – the top-quality 'Hi-Fi' streaming service costs £20/month – but if you want the best sound quality, this is the one to go for.

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Netflix
Netflix video streaming
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Netflix is at the forefront of the video streaming revolution, offering a great catalogue and platform support, impressive video quality, 4K streaming and its own bespoke content including original production House of Cards and the full series of Breaking Bad. Available on a wide range of devices, including many smart TVs, it costs from £5.99 a month.

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Google Play
Google Play
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Google Play is a straight-up, on-demand video service, so there's no monthly payment. You buy or rent films when you want, with standard-definition films costing £10, HD £12 and plenty of discounted titles from a fiver. Rentals are £4.50 (HD) and £3.50 (SD). There's a good catalogue, a lovely interface, up to 1080p resolution and 5.1 surround sound.

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