Are you listening ?
I don't really understand paying for a subscription when all the songs/albums I want to listen to I have in my own library. And given that Google Play Music is freaking awesome and lets me upload 50,000 songs to stream anywhere for free (that's like carrying FOUR 64GB iPods, if not more depending on file size) without taking up any space on my devices (save for the app,) I don't see a reason to use any other service. Free Pandora-esque radio, free streaming of my own library, no randomly censored songs, no space hogging files... it's near perfection.
I only have two gripes.
One, no standalone desktop player. If I were to pay for All Access, I'd expect the convenience of being able to use it on my computer without having to open up a browser where I constantly lose the tab. Since I don't pay for it, this doesn't annoy me as much as it could. Maybe this is by design.
But two, why do I not have the ability to list my library in an actual list? It's an unnecessary and ugly headache (especially when artists or albums don't have an image) to navigate big thumbnails in multiple columns. I don't search or browse any non-image file by images. How is displaying a list not an option? Really, why are there not more sort options in general? If I've got 8 albums under an artist, maybe I'd like to open up 'All Songs' but still have them grouped by album? I don't want to listen to that one song 6 times in a row because it was release as a single, acoustic, sang on two 'live albums, official album, and remixed. I like them all... just... not all at once.
But I still love you more than anyone else. <3
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