by Ice master flash
I've had this app since back in February. It has been a blessing when I'm at school, in the gym, taking the browns to the Super Bowl, etc., but now it's like that blessing has transformed into a curse. I have since downloading the app, added 106 songs to My Music. In the beginning, as I've said, it was fun. But now, thanks to the latest update, those 106 sings are completely useless to me when I leave home. I was devastated to learn this sad truth just yesterday, when I was at work on my lunch break and my none of my songs would work. I love the new design and the intricate detail that was put into the new look, but when it all boils down, I'm really just there for the music and it's kinda pointless when I'm on the road and I connects auxiliary cable to my phone and radio just for my phone to sit for five minutes and say loading the entire time. Really wish you'd go back to the old way of playing music without wi-fi.
I liked this app before it recently updated. I was able to listen to the music I downloaded with out internet, but with this new update I can't do that. I'm not sure why you changed it to do that but I would kindly appreciate it if you changed it back. It's very annoying for the sudden change if me needing to always have internet. Other than that I did love this app for music purpose but I wouldn't give it the same rate now due to the recent update.
Another thing you've made it so I can't download anything, it use to be unlimited now I can't? What's with that?
Apple embeds your account info in DRM-free music
Apple embeds your account information in all songs sold on the store, not just DRM-free songs," says Ars Technica. "Previously it wasn't much of a big deal, since no one could imagine users sharing encrypted, DRMed content. But now that DRM-free music from Apple is on the loose, the hidden data is more significant since it could theoretically be used to trace shared tunes back to the original owner. It must also be kept in mind that this kind of information could be spoofed."
The speculation is that Apple and/or the record labels might want to watch whether buyers share DRM-free music with close friends
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