Monday, December 5, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 04:00 AM
"One of the more interesting ideas in the new wave of cloud-computing services is the music locker. This is a service that lets consumers store their music collections on a remote server and access them from any device, either by streaming the tunes or downloading them."
And Mossberg appears to like it, having all the music in his collection available on all his devices by using MusicMatch. I've subscribed and I too am pretty pleased with it. In my opinion, especially with all the various tips that are coming out from a variety of sources to make it even more useable, it is well worth the convenience to pay roughly 30 bucks per year for this service. What are your thoughts on MusicMatch?