Question, and I may sound dumb here, but when you purchase an amazon mp3 album, how is it "delivered" and how do you then get that into your iTunes? I operate solely out of iTunes to actually utilize my music files. And I've never bought from Amazon. And I want a couple of those albums
10/10 Earl Sweatshirt
10/23 Beats Antique
10/30 Lee Fields
12/1 twenty-one pilots
1/25 the Pixies
And clearly you aren't a rapist (I hope) but the way you pop into any thread where a woman happens to be lamenting her lack of ride to Bonnaroo and tell them to come hop on your bus sounds extremely rapey.
Post by 10goldbees on Feb 26, 2013 15:35:34 GMT -5
I hate to sound like an advertisement for Amazon here but their cloud drive feature seriously rules. You get unlimited storage space for music for 20 bucks a year and they have cloud player features for smart phones and tablets (both android and ios). And whenever you buy a cd or mp3 it saves a copy to your cloud drive. They've started to roll out some instant mp3s for vinyl purchases to but it's rare.
I think iTunes is a better user interface but overall the ease and convenience of amazon cloud drive blows everything else out of the water. I even ditched my ipod and just use my phone for everything now.
Yeah, Amazon will just send it directly to your itunes. A lot of their albums are cheaper than itunes and every month they put at least 100 up for 5$. That is actually most months but during holiday months they will put up a lot more