Sounds cool. So I wonder how much data they are collecting and keeping on their users music collections that they scan for inclusion in the users iCloud.
@omegadraco - lol... We better read the fine print of Apple's Terms and Conditions. I just can't help thinking about the South Park episode - the Centipad. :) Kidding aside, I agree. Sounds very cool. Thanks Michael for the overview!
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omegadoom13: We better read the fine print of Apple's Terms and Conditions.
Actually that is a very good idea, and the same applies to those free mobile phone apps!
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omegadoom13:We better read the fine print of Apple's Terms and Conditions. I just can't help thinking about the South Park episode - the Centipad. :)
Don't you mean HUMANCENTiPAD??? (caps are included for a reason)
Meh. I'm just going to blindly click Agree like 100% of the population out there. Besides, what could possibly happen to me?
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The one thing I really like about both Amazon and the iCloud is they automatically backup music you buy through their services so less risk of losing your library :) Of course my library consists of track I have ripped from my hard copy cd's so no need to worry there.
I like having everything centralized and also like that Apple isn't going to require users to upload all of their tunes, assuming you pay the "convenience" fee from them. It will be interesting to see if Amazon and Google try to work something out with the music companies before this rolls out.
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