Cloud storage has transformed the way digital music collectors access their media. But with so many competing hosting services, which should you choose? How about: All of them. Here’s how to sync your music collection throughout the cloud. iTunes: Apple’s supplemented its ubiquitous media management program in 2011 with iCloud, a 20,000 track music locker. Its companion program iTunes Match, for $25 a year, matches songs from your local drive with 256kbit versions already floating in Apple’s cloud. Read the full story at Gizmodo.
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