- 11-27-2012, 06:10 PM #1
This service is way too expensive. iTunes only charges $25 and google music is free. I've been able to upload my entire 40 gb library to both of those effortlessly. Both companies also offer pretty good 3rd party alternatives that can replace the Apple and Google cloud music apps.
I'd really like to try out a windows phone, but I want my entire music library with me. I'm not going to be transferring music everyday. That's such old technology. Music on your phone is a huge part of investing in a new phone. Windows wants to adapt new customers, they really shouldn't charge so much.
Anyone know about the other options?
11-27-2012, 06:40 PM #2
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Im confused, Xbox music also streams any song from the market too, a major feature. If you are looking to store your music in the cloud Jukebox offers a native windows phone client. Jukebox - Your music anytime, anywhere, on all your devices
- 11-27-2012, 07:28 PM #3
Depending on what phone you have, you can store it on a 64gb microsd card in the phone. Or, you can get more Skydrive storage for $25/50gb. Or, you can set up a streaming server on your computer with Plex.
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