It really is. I’m quite pleased with my decision to start using the Amazon Cloud Player. It’s made my music listening life so much easier.
I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ve had the toughest time dealing with my music through the years. I’m not sure how many albums fit on my Droid, but it’s certainly not all of them. Not that I want all of them on there, but it would be nice to be able to load up more than I’m currently able to. I think I have about ten albums currently and if you listen to music like I do, you know that you can blow through ten albums in just a few days. If you try to push it and continue to listen to them past their prime, you may end up hating them forever. That’s not a risk I’m willing to take.
Last week, I began uploading my favorite music to Amazon’s Cloud Player. I’m able to put 250 songs of my own music into the player and if I want more than that, I have to pay $25 or $30 per year. Something like that.
I put what I liked the most into the player and was short only a few groups. I know I have a few more Duran Duran and George Michael I want, but I don’t think they warrant the yearly fee. Especially when everything I purchase from Amazon get placed in there for no cost. I’ll just continue to search for good music and as I find it, I’ll use the “Auto-Rip” feature to have the files placed in my player.
I’ll tell you one last thing – the convenience of having my music across players is great. I listen on my computer as I’m working and on my phone when I’m driving. And I swear, if I had a tablet, I’d listen to it there as well.
Now, if I could only get that audio from my computer to sound better…