Google Music Cloud

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    Yes, but it resets everytime I reboot...

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    Guess Google is still working out the bugs before the final release.
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    I believe it's still a work in progress, but it's a great idea. I'm just wondering how much data they will let you sync?

    I currently use SkyTunes, which syncs directly to my home computer (so I have access to 100+ gigs of music from my phone)... Would be interesting to see how this compares?

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    Question

    So do you also keep your home computer running all the time that you will access its music using the cloud?

    What network do you use?

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    Big bump there...
    Since the last post, Google has released their beta test of the cloud music service. They host your music - you just upload it and you can access it from pretty much any internet connected device! I love it!!

    music.google.com

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    I guess I'm old fashioned but I hate wasting bandwidth! I installed Subsonic on my home server and they make a great Android app to go with it. I can stream music and videos anywhere in the world as well but when I'm at home, it's just on my local LAN.

    Granted not everybody can or wants to have a home server but it gives me total control and doesn't waste BW when I don't need to. For this reason I won't use cloud storage for stuff like music.

    Subsonic Free Music Streamer

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    I've used AudioGalaxy, which is essentially the same thing as SubSonic, but I figured that since I'm mostly away from Home I would rather use someone else's bandwidth (Google) rather than my own home bandwidth. I also like the idea that all my music is backed up for free...

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