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Comment: Sounds nice for music, but not for general storage (Score 2) 222

by Netnerd865 (#35652690) Attached to: Amazon Releases Cloud-Based Music Service
If I were just using this for music, it may be worth trying, but if I would decided to store other files, I don't see what makes it better than any other cloud solution. There is no desktop app for exploring the directories and you can only upload files, not whole folders. I would have to set up a folder hierarchy instead of just uploading whole folders that are already arranged how I like them. Besides that, I would personally rather point a music player at some folder that's linked to cloud storage (like Dropbox) than use a web-based player.

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