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  Reply # 691274 25-Sep-2012 18:11 Send private message

I use iTunes match and never had to worry about space again

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  Reply # 691276 25-Sep-2012 18:14 Send private message

khull: I use iTunes match and never had to worry about space again


Agreed, this is a fantastic service (once I got the hang of it)

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  Reply # 691456 26-Sep-2012 00:33 Send private message

just use Spotify (or other, similar, services) and never have to worry about buying music ever again.

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  Reply # 691472 26-Sep-2012 06:24 Send private message

NonprayingMantis: just use Spotify (or other, similar, services) and never have to worry about buying music ever again.


You got my interest, downloaded spotify, read the instructions - stopped when it said login to Facebook, game over. Might have to look at those similar services.

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  Reply # 691508 26-Sep-2012 08:27 Send private message

riahon, try rdio - it's similar to Spotify but has no Facebook requirement. Spotify pissed a lot of people off when they went Facebook only.

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  Reply # 691516 26-Sep-2012 08:49 Send private message

riahon:
NonprayingMantis: just use Spotify (or other, similar, services) and never have to worry about buying music ever again.


You got my interest, downloaded spotify, read the instructions - stopped when it said login to Facebook, game over. Might have to look at those similar services.


Meh, just create a fake facebook account and use that if you are really worried.

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  Reply # 691611 26-Sep-2012 11:43 Send private message

You got my interest, downloaded spotify, read the instructions - stopped when it said login to Facebook, game over. Might have to look at those similar services.


You dont need a Facebook account to use Spotify anymore.

Scroll down a little further and use the 'login with email' or whatever it is. Set my kids up with it the other week just using their gmail accounts.

Sorted.

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  Reply # 691617 26-Sep-2012 11:58 Send private message

ooh, me thinks me a little hasty. Have installed it now and about to give it a test run. Cheers

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