According to statistics compiled by industry sales tracking system Nielsen SoundScan, YouTube took in 60.6 percent more streams than all audio-only services—free or paid—in the first half of 2015. That statistic includes Spotify, TIDAL, Apple Music, Rhapsody, Rdio, Xbox Music, Cricket (Muve) and Google Play, but not Pandora.

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YouTube tallied over 76 billion music video streams, while all other audio-only services came in at just under 59 billion streams. As Digital Music News reports, that is a difference of 18 billion songs.

Do you find yourself using YouTube more often than an audio-only streaming service? Or do you stick with Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, or something else?

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Despite YouTube still managing to out-stream everyone, streaming in itself is skyrocketing. Music streams are up 92.4 percent to 135.2 billion in the first half of 2015.