MUSIC IN THE CLOUD

My Music Cloud

According to a Wall Street Journal survey, seventy-three percent of iPad owners have a phone that is not an iPhone. So how do they get their iPad music to their phone?

We’ve been trying out “MyMusicCloud.com,” a service that lets you listen to your music on any Internet device, including smart phones and tablet computers. A great feature here is you can click a “lyrics” button on the screen and see the lyrics for that song. These can be copied and pasted into Word or email, if you like.

The service also lets you create ring tones, listen offline and let Facebook friends know what you’re listening to. You can store only two gigabytes of music for free, but you can have five gigabytes for just $10 a year. Amazon’s “Cloud Player” gives you five gigabytes for free, but it doesn’t have that nice lyrics feature.

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