#1 Posted by The_Hiro_Abides (1281 posts) -

I went to Amazon a couple of minutes ago to look for Boomtown Rats and I saw they added cloud support for music! They give you 5 GBs for free and any music you buy from them doesn't add to the limit. 
Anyway, this is great for lazy people like me! I'll still back up my music anyway, but at least I could play my music when I'm at someone else's computer.
Anyone else think this is a good idea?

#2 Posted by Empirepaintball (1456 posts) -

Absolutely, but they see a little late to the dance.

#3 Posted by JJWeatherman (14797 posts) -

Cool stuff. I remember reading something about cloud support, but I didn't know the details. 

#4 Posted by MrKlorox (11142 posts) -

The whole premise of allowing only one download per purchase of digital music is fucking crooked. I can't believe people are praising them for just now legitimizing their business.

#5 Posted by melcene (3214 posts) -

I had just noticed this on their website this morning too. 
Personally, I still prefer Audiogalaxy for semi-cloud music playing.  That way no matter where I got my music from (iTunes, Amazon, hard copy of disc), I can still listen to it from anywhere.

#6 Posted by ajamafalous (12442 posts) -

Did you go there because of Dave's tweet?

#7 Edited by The_Hiro_Abides (1281 posts) -
@ajamafalous: I did. I watched the video and can't remember where I heard the song before. 
Looking a little closer, I definitely don't want a yearly subscription to increase my cloud storage. $20 for a few more gigs, I'll pass on that part.