[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/06/VgAE3V.jpg[/newsimage]Not to be outdone by Apple, Google, or Amazon, Best Buy has decided to launch their own music service. The service, called Best Buy Music Cloud, allows users to upload their music and access it via computer, phone, or tablet. While it's nice to see Best Buy at least making an attempt to keep up with other music services, their system comes with a number of restrictions and caveats. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/best-buy-launches-cloud-music-service-with-silly-restrictions-47295/](http://www.myce.com/news/best-buy-launches-cloud-music-service-with-silly-restrictions-47295/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
See what happens when you hire ex-postal employees to run your company.
[QUOTE=olddancer;2593548]See what happens when you hire ex-postal employees to run your company.[/QUOTE]
I don’t know why anyone would use Best Buy Cloud Music over Amazon or Google with those crazy restrictions and limitations. I predict a huge fail for Best Buy Cloud Music…
I don’t use iTunes at all,but $4 a month would keep me out anyway.
Best Buy is a day late and a $4 short . . .
The logic behind only using iTunes but not allowing iDevices for other than the free version is amazing in the breadth of it’s stupidity.
Especially considering that the programmers at apple proved they were lazy in the way they have designed iTunes to organize (or more precisely NOT organize) music files.
The people at BestBuy should apply for jobs at Apple, they’d fit right in what with their talent for unfathomable illogic.