Android Honeycomb is set to raise the bar a fair bit with syncing music on your Android-handset to the cloud, impressive, eh? It has even been tested by syncing music to the cloud, removing the Android's SD card with a new one, and then tapping "stream music" which will stream your tunes from the cloud.
This is a great addition to any Android users phone, in the case of a damaged or lost phone, being able to sync directly from the cloud has many benefits. But what of pirated music being stored on the cloud? Would people feel safe with their illegally-obtained Britney Spears mp3's sitting on Google servers somewhere in the world? I hope you wouldn't... Hold It Against Me, if you'll pardon the pun. (Britney fan #41413 signing off).
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:21 am CDT
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