IDAGIO Stream Classical Music 4+

Discover playlists & concerts

idagio GmbH

    • 4.8 • 14.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


IDAGIO is the leading streaming app for classical music with the unique Fair Artist Payout Model, over 2 million tracks, exclusive video concerts, the latest releases and personalized recommendations.

• Browse the comprehensive audio catalogue and filter by composer, work, 
orchestra, soloist and more
• Watch exclusive classical video concerts from all over the world
• Discover new classical music with your personalized Weekly Mix
• Get inspired with exclusive playlists curated by experts and artists from within the 
classical music community
• Find out more about the album you are listening to with digital booklets
• Enjoy Gapless Playback
• Play recommended tracks right on your Apple Watch
• CarPlay: Enjoy IDAGIO while in your car
• Apple TV: Watch exclusive classical video concerts on your Apple TV

Choose your plan:

• Listen to 2 million tracks in radio mode

Premium Plan
USD 9.99/month
• On-demand and ad-free listening
• Unlimited, personal Collection
• Offline listening
• High-quality audio in MP3/AAC format at 320kbps
• Connecting via Airplay, Bluetooth, Chromecast, Sonos, Burmester, Bluesound and 

Premium+ Plan
USD 12.99/month
• All benefits of the Premium membership plus
• Access to our highest audio quality in lossless format (FLAC 16bit 44.1kHz)

Premium+ Concerts Plan
USD 29.99/month
• All benefits of the Premium+ membership plus
• Access to all available concerts in the Global Concert Hall from all available 

IDAGIO is crafted in Berlin by a world-class team of passionate experts in music, technology, business and design.
With subscribers in over 190 countries and more than 1.8 million app downloads worldwide, IDAGIO is the leading streaming service for classical music.

We work with a Fair Artist Payout Model - but what does that mean for artists? It means two things - firstly that we pay artists and right holders per second instead per play, and secondly that we distribute royalties based on the actual listening behaviour of each single user. With IDAGIO you directly support the artist you love. It's that simple.

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*) Prices may differ per territory. The payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of the purchase. The subscription automatically renews at the end of your subscription period. Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. You can cancel your subscription at any time with effect for the following subscription period by disabling auto-renewal in your Apple ID Account Settings at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription before the end of the trial period.

What’s New

Version 1.54.1

Thanks for using IDAGIO! We keep improving our service to give you a great experience of classical music. Today's update includes bug fixes and general stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
14.5K Ratings

14.5K Ratings

joshin'ron ,

Top notch

I’ve never left an app review. Until now. I wouldn’t say Idagio has changed my life, but it has come pretty close. My work as a musician has flourished with this tool. I’ve discovered volumes of work in the past year with this app. 1) The sheer volume of material is literally bottomless. 2) The quality of material is outstanding. From the best recordings of classical music’s best to the curated playlists, the selection is great. If I wanted to search the Chaconne in D Minor and compare soloists such as Hahn or Perlman, this is your tool. 3) Subscription options are numerous. I’ve recently upgraded my subscription to Lossless quality and am quite sure I’ll never go back to a lesser quality. 4) It’s a beautiful app. 5) The Christmas playlists are hands-down the best Christmas music you will ever find. From ancient medieval chorales, to Beethoven, Bach and Brahms, to Ludovico Einaudi, this app will (almost!) change your life.

ekbtothee ,

So-so app but amazing service

IDAGIO is a *fantastic* service, but this app needs work — a lot if it. It’s stable, so it doesn’t crash, which reality matters. But the user interface is lacking, and the user experience is worse. For example, when I use it with a Sonos system, the IDAGIO app forgets that it’s playing music — so there's no way to pause / stop the music (I have to use Sonos), identity what's playing (same or, worse, Shazam?!), or even just change the volume (and the app doesn’t respond to the volume buttons on an iPhone, so you have to use the slider buried behind the AirPlay icon). The app’s screen is consumed by fairly static rows of offerings (do we *really* need it to recommend Bach or Vivaldi every time we open it?), instead of dynamic presentations of what you’ve listened to or might like. In fact, accessing what you’ve listened to / like / etc is consistently difficult, as if it were a design goal — it always takes too many steps, and the way things are presented is always disappointing). But IDAGIO is an amazing service, their app basically works, and I want to support them, so four stars. They could do SO MUCH to make this a genuinely transformative app. I hope they do.

johannsebbach ,

Frequent stops and many “non-starters”

The idea of classical focus streaming is good and I like the way I can search recordings by composers, soloists, ensembles and many criterion that none of the other popular streaming services can match. The lossless streaming is also nice.

However, the connection issues are very annoying. Usually, after a couple skips to find the right music for the moment, the app will be stuck at time zero, with the loading/connecting icon spinning forever. Once this happens, you will not be able to play any other work as they will also be “non-starters”. Only killing (swipe up in iOS) and restarting the app could fix this. Also, the music might suddenly stop in the middle of a piece for no apparent reason sometimes.

Also, as someone already mentioned, there is no easy way you can see the album cover when you are playing the music. The only time the app shows the album cover is when you actually play the “album” instead of a piece you located through search. I am not sure about future generations but most of us today still identify certain recordings by the album covers. There is no point showing the same Beethoven’s portrait when I go through his piano sonatas from various performers.

App Privacy

The developer, idagio GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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