When I decide I want to listen to music, I come to a stand still at one final decision: iTunes vs.. Spotify, which music player to open? If I could, I would eliminate this dilemma that causes my music listening experience to be shortened and is more bothersome when it comes to keeping a computer strictly clean (I'm all about minimalism).
So my idea is: Is there a way to add control/management over your iPod and/or other mp3 device? Think about controlling your music library and peripherals in one place upon having the great music library at your disposal.
I recently came over from MOG to spotify for 3 reasons. The first was they Spotify provided music syncing capabilities of my personal library. The second was the MOG didn't have a landscape mode in Android (neither does spotify as it turns out :( ) and finally I saw that the Spotify app was finally updated from the hunk of junk it was before.
The one thing I am desperately missing from MOG is the favorite feature. I could favorite Artists, Albums and Songs. I found that being able to favorite an artist meant I could almost reproduce the user experience I get from a typical music app. That is I open it, browse until I find an artist I like and then play an album. Having a quick way to do this - through the favorites menu on the move (like driving) was the one feature I really liked. I could add to/manage my favorites from my PC and then access them quickly from my phone.
The only thing close to this I have found in Spotify is the playlist but it just isn't the same experience. I want a way to save a list of my favorite artists. Selecting an artist in the list would open the artist page for me and allow me to select a song are album to play. This one feature has me seriously considering whether to go back to MOG or not especially considering the lack of Landscape mode in the Android app.
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