• Keaton PriceKeaton Price, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    I've switched around many times, but continually go back to Google Music All-Access. For along time they have offered the ability to upload an insane amount of your own tracks to their cloud (something like 50k files - including high fidelity files). It's not as pretty as Rdio, or as gimmicky as Apple's new thing, but it's consistent and has a huge library.

    Also, since Google acquired Songza they've incorporated all of the mood-based playlists. Great stuff.

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    • Will ThomasWill Thomas, almost 6 years ago

      That's pretty impressive that you get 50,000 tracks, but do you have to listen to ads to hear your own music if you don't go unlimited?

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      • Alec LomasAlec Lomas, almost 6 years ago

        Nope, that was the entire Google Music product before radio/all-access came along. AFAIK, ads are only played on free radio.

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