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Too many ways to get music? hmmmm

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    Too many ways to get music? hmmmm

    I know this is stupid but Between google music, spotify, pandora and youtube I'm getting a little overwhelmed with methods of accessing music. I mean obviously it's beneficial to have songs on your phone incase you're stuck in a place with no service and you can't stream but...setting service aside what do you guys do? How do you listen to your tunes?

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    Google Music keeps getting better.

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    I use subsonic.. which is my entire collection in my personal cloud, available ubiquitously. Then I subscribe to spotify pandora and rhapsody.
    With amazon prime.. I have unlimited cloud space for m p three's.. so I'm uploading all of my cloud into their cloud.
    You've been Sensationalized!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblalock77 View Post
    Google Music keeps getting better.
    Yeah I got my invite for my new google account today and I uploaded my music collection but it doesn't seem to be dling to my phone, only the songs I listen to are dled for offline listening. Is that standard?

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    No. You should be able to listen to all of them if you have a connection.

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    Nah I know what I mean to say is if I just want all the music on my phone like it is online incase I don't have a connection.

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    You should be able to mark songs for offline listening.

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    Google Music and Amazon MP3 Cloud. Though Google Music sometimes won't upload certain songs for me.

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