I try using Amazon Musik and it works fine at the moment i use both, but in near Future when i have switch all my Playlist to Amazon Musik i will stay there it it also cheeper if you have Amazon P.rime (EU)
I am a long time Google Music subscriber and was considering switching over to Spotify. I'm less than two weeks into my trial and was pretty sold on switching, so I started copying my playlists over and adding to my library. I've already reached the 10,000 limit! This is a dealbreaker.
I have also hit hte limit. It's the only music library software I have ever used that limits the amount of music you can have in your own library. It's actually really absurd and depressing. Apple doesn't have this problem. Google doesn't have this problem. It's ridiculous.
Yeah, I don't pay this company monthly to have an un-advertised limit. It makes no sense, they are esesntially bookmarks and help analytics for the automated daily playlists and such to play good music for me depening on my mood, etc.
Limiting the amount of data I can give it is asinine. Not to mention the inconvenience that now I can't discover new music and am penalized if I want to try to. They need to fix this.
Ever since I hit the song limit, my use has gone dramatically down. What I loved about Spotify the most, was precisely that it enabled me to browse, discovering new, related music and save it for the future (also to built on that library). It's a bit sad this asset isn't there anymore. I wished they had mentioned the Limit from the start. I might have organized the music differently etc. Which would have helped a little bit. But I don't have the time to do that retroactively. I also don't really understand why it would eat up too much of their server storage to save out 'likes'.