Dear Amazon MP3,
First off I want to say I LOVE your cloud drive and player. I think it is one of those common sense innovations that will make enjoying my music collection just that much easier. I do have one request/suggestion that would just knock it out of the park. You may have this already in the pipeline, but I would like a way to rate songs, artists, and albums from the player. It would also be nice if there were links from the artists/song/album name to their pages on Amazon. This way, as a user I could be able to find new music based on my preferences and do it on the go. It’s a win win, more music for me, more money for you.
Thank you again,
When I read this I nearly shot the raspberry lemon aid that I was drinking out of my nose. We all know that most tech blogs fall into either the pro/against Apple, and of course Android Central is particularly biased, but man, this is was just a great dig…
…but we all know how Apple loves to lower expectations and then call forth from the heavens some miracle feature like copy and paste or folders on a home screen.
I love Amazon… and I love Android… I can’t wait to play.
Looking forward to see what Amazon can bring to the table.
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OMG… I am going to have to try this later today when I can download it. I think this is funny/sad at the same time. Sure does make me want to stick to eating my carrots.
It’s only “bizarre vapor” because the folks over at Apple just think in a fundamentally different way. I’m sure if you ask Android fanboys they will say everything Apple sucks, just like Apple fans will say everything else sucks… to each his/her own. Personally, I will take my bizarre vapor any day.
I guess this explains why I couldn’t find it last night… opps…
You may have heard the news already, but this is an interesting tidbit. I don’t know how AT&T is going to provide “4G” services when it’s 3G and voice coverage is questionable at best. They have a hard time with the backhaul capacity as it is.