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Topic # 100056 2-Apr-2012 15:49 Send private message

Hi guys,
I'll explain what I'd like to be able to do, and hopefully someone can recommend what service or services I might use to achieve it.

I use iTunes on my PC to listen to music, and I use a couple of smart playlists.  For example, one list (which updates automatically) contains all the songs I've rated 4 or 5 stars.  I would like these songs to be automatically synced to the internet so that new songs I rate well will be automatically available in my cloud storage.  

The other half of the equation is that I'd like to be able to play these songs streaming from the cloud on all of my devices which include an Android phone (SG-S2), an iPod Touch and PC.

Basically, I'd like something like iTunes Match that will also work on Android and supports playlists.

Anyone have a setup like this,  or able to recommend what to use?

Thanks,
Geoff

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  Reply # 603936 2-Apr-2012 15:56 Send private message

Grooveshark?







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  Reply # 603940 2-Apr-2012 16:00 Send private message

Zeon: Grooveshark?


No - it needs to be MY music.

 

 





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  Reply # 604429 3-Apr-2012 11:52 Send private message

No one streams their own music from the internet? I would have thought people would want to do this...

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  Reply # 604436 3-Apr-2012 11:58 Send private message

GeoffisPure: No one streams their own music from the internet? I would have thought people would want to do this...


https://play.google.com/music/listen#start_pl 



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  Reply # 604449 3-Apr-2012 12:09 Send private message

jbard:
GeoffisPure: No one streams their own music from the internet? I would have thought people would want to do this...


https://play.google.com/music/listen#start_pl 



We're sorry. The Google Play music player is currently only available in the United States.

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  Reply # 604451 3-Apr-2012 12:12 Send private message

Orb.com (once you get through their awful Australian website into their worldwide one)?





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  Reply # 604457 3-Apr-2012 12:19 Send private message

AirPlayit? 
 http://www.airplayit.com/

AirPlayit supports importing of itunes playlists too 

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  Reply # 604464 3-Apr-2012 12:30 Send private message

Where are you going to store all of this music in the cloud? And how much does it cost?






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  Reply # 604474 3-Apr-2012 12:48 Send private message

semigeek: AirPlayit? 
 http://www.airplayit.com/


This claims to be able to stream music from a cloud but in reality appears to just be a LAN stream server.

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  Reply # 604493 3-Apr-2012 13:01 Send private message

GeoffisPure:
jbard:
GeoffisPure: No one streams their own music from the internet? I would have thought people would want to do this...


https://play.google.com/music/listen#start_pl 



We're sorry. The Google Play music player is currently only available in the United States.



I think i must have been put in a beta or something then, I got an email about it the other day and thought surely that is only for USA.

But I have signed up and using it now on PC and WP7. My google account is NZ and my IP is NZ based.

Maybe it is coming to NZ very soon then. 

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  Reply # 604497 3-Apr-2012 13:06 Send private message

What about this? 

https://www.mashup.com/ 

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