Deals to play streaming tune come and go and do the identical. Song fans are spoiled for option as neatly and might both go for the options in situation for some time (Deezer, Spotify) , or choose one in every of their newbies ( Amazon Cloud , Google Music ,
iCoud ) . Yes but not necessarily easier to have an overview and compare them to each other. Fortunately, some guy looked at the issue, much like those of PaidContent, and you'll be able to find later in a comparative table which you will see a little clearer.
And we can say that this picture is quite complete, as you will easily compare these three services. It may well know their prices, what are the formats they support, they have negotiated rights with record labels or what applications they are dedicated. Same thing, we may also know their strengths, their weaknesses and thus whether they can or can not meet our needs and our expectations. Frankly very interesting, it avoids becoming chasing several items at once.
Besides, if you look good, the service that stands out the lot, is still iTunes Match . If it is not the cheapest (Google Music is entirely free so far) , it still offers unlimited storage and no need to send our music on servers in the firm to enjoy . After, of course, he'll have to test it "for real" in order to judge but I must admit that combines the good points. Its only flaw for the moment, from my point of view is that it was not until next fall to enjoy.