05-21-2013 06:16 AM
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  1. OzRob's Avatar
    Xbox music synced over 5000 of my 8000+ songs from my Windows 8 computer to my phone.
    What phone, and if it had an SD card, what size card?
    05-20-2013 09:22 PM
  2. usnberry's Avatar
    I use Nokia Music and Tune in radio almost exclusively for my music. I rarely list to any of my old downloads.
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    05-20-2013 09:23 PM
  3. jimmy1one's Avatar
    I use Spotify with 20000 plus songs with no problem
    05-20-2013 09:54 PM
  4. OzRob's Avatar
    I use Spotify with 20000 plus songs with a problem
    What problem?
    05-20-2013 09:55 PM
  5. jimmy1one's Avatar
    Never had a problem with Spotify see correction
    05-20-2013 10:01 PM
  6. kilgore walleye's Avatar
    For local music, I don't have any problems with the native xbox music app. scrolling isn't a problem because I'm pretty quick with hitting the highlighted letter, which takes me to all the artists that start with that letter. I also use nokia music and pandora and appreciate the ability to pin stations from each to the start screen. I use gmusic to access all my music that's uploaded to the google cloud. sometimes I need to sign in and out of gmusic, so that's a little annoying. Another app I really appreciate is Mixtapes, which is an app for some online service called 8tracks. People make their own playlists of a bunch of songs and you can listen to them for free with no ads. It's a good way to find new music. All these apps have pretty cool doublewide tile effects so I have them all big on the start screen.

    The one thing I wish was on windows phone is turntable.fm. I was really liking that on iphone before i switched. It was a lot of fun
    05-20-2013 10:07 PM
  7. kyriacou48's Avatar
    Sorry, I'm new here also, but you must be joking. None of the apps have search or playlist creation. Those are both absolute musts. I'm no android fanboy, but there are at least 20 apps with these functions in android. IOS also allows this since ios5. What is the deal with this? I just bought a lumia 920.
    You can obviously sync playlists, but also, "Add to Now Playing" is essentially the same thing. It creates a playlist for you, of the songs that you want, and you can change when you want to. For any permanent playlists, just sync them. Simple!
    As for this duplication problem I haven't yet seen it so I can't say im in the same position.

    None of the music apps are perfect, but a lot are very close, and in different ways are better than each other. Nokia Music is my choice.
    05-21-2013 01:30 AM
  8. gapost's Avatar
    What phone, and if it had an SD card, what size card?
    My 16gb 8x, and I still have 6.7gb free, lol. Yes, xbox music syncs your songs, but you stream them when you play them. But, you can download any of them that you want.
    05-21-2013 06:16 AM
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