When Google flagships a new product, the media blitz is astounding and Google Music’s release into beta (invite only) status was no exception. Unless you’re living under a rock, you know all about Google Music and what it promises to bring to the table.
This all comes, of course, on the heels of Amazon’s own cloud music service which also recently made the news. Buy and store music for free. Stream it – by web, phone … pretty much anywhere. Store your own tracks up in the cloud too.
For some of us, these FINALLY emerging cloud music services announce themselves with considerably less fanfare – not because we are not lovers of music; but because we’ve had something better than Google and Amazon for some time – and it’s called Subsonic. Read more
Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+