The other streaming services work very well for pop music but for classical music, the story is different. Primephonic stands out for a search built for classical music, the largest classical music catalogue, high-res audio quality up to 24bit, daily recommendations and playlists curated by our curators.
You can try to search for "Aida" by Giuseppe Verdi on Primephonic, you will be able to compare 558 versions of the opera, and if you click on one version of your preference you will be able to listen to the opera clearly structured by acts and scenes. On the other hand, if you try to search for it in Spotify you will find as a first result Elton John's and Tim Rice's musical "Aida". Spotify, Apple Music, and the other non-classical streaming services work with algorithms whereas our priority is to work on the database so that we manually create the correct information that the classical music listener is looking for. For more information, you can read this article that explains more in detail about metadata and why Primephonic works better for classical music: https://primephonichelp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022006791-What-is-metadata-and-how-does-it-relate-to-the-Primephonic-catalogue-.
Last but not least, if you choose Primephonic, you will also contribute to the most sustainable payout model for classical music: the Pay-per-second model. The longer a classical music work is streamed on Primephonic, the more money that work receives. If you want to know more about it click here: https://www.primephonic.com/payout-model.