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I was severely disappointed in Google Music and will not be using it.
On top of that, I'm using the 4S, an iPad 2 and a Mac, so I'm not worried about accessing it from anything else.
My $25, my happiness, my choice! It's not like I'm whining about the money and it came out of my own pocket, I'm a little to old to have anyone else paying for my toys!
- 11-20-2011, 05:15 PM #63
I think that might of come off wrong. As someone who is considering buying Match, I was only trying to understand what you were seeing with your music being more accessible using Match than GMusic. I'm looking for reasons to try it, just can't seem to find any. Guess that means I should stick with the G.
- 11-20-2011, 06:08 PM #64
And yes, that makes good sense. If you're looking for reasons to use it and pay for it, there probably aren't any for you, at this time. If G music works well for you, then stick with it.
- 11-20-2011, 07:13 PM #65
I purchased it and it's ok nothing serious, sometimes I wonder how I could get my money back, but then again it's only $25 bucks, nothing to serious. What I do like about it is that, all my music is stored in the cloud, just in case my iPhone or Macbook Pro takes a crap, I will always have my music stored - I am hoping thats the case. Other then that I don't use it on my iPhone anymore because I am very, very picking about my album artwork and for some reason it only uploads it on the ones that I have input manually, don't understand why.
- 11-21-2011, 08:55 AM #66
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to do all my syncing and people hated that. I just feel like if I purchase iTunes match I'm going to have less
clutter to worry about. I just enjoy simplicity when it comes to certain things. However I edit and create my
playlists on my iPhone, I won't have to worry about doing the same on my iPad. And the other way around.
It's just so simple.
If I owned an Android and only an Android, I'd still use iTunes because I'd never let anything else be my
music player. Everything else is horrible.
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