I am so over Slacker! I mean really, they must have the dumbest people that got their licensing deal. If you stream slacker you'll get a very decent library. If you cache slacker you don't get the same level of music that you do vs streaming. This is due to their licensing.I may re-up Slacker radio until iTunes Radio gets established. Maybe even keep it around at the $9.99 level for on-demand.
Yes I have had many conversations with Slacker. As most know I was originally a huge fan. But the lack of selection on caching impacts the radio stations but totally kills the Premium on-demand service. Very subpar when compared with other music services.Is that what was happening? I was liking Pandora more and more simply because of the selection.
Another service that if you stream works well but if you cache is subpar. I also find their library overall very lacking. I like old classic rock and pop. Lots of missing artist and songs.I'm really digging Google Play Music All Access, and I got in during the trial period, so I am getting it for $7.99 going forward. It rules for metal, because two of the biggest indie metal labels dropped out of Spotify but are on GPMAA.
Nevermind- you have to subscribe to a TV service that has Music Choice to use this app :thumbsdown:Don't know how new this is, but first I've heard of it. Has videos as well as music channels! Music Choice was the DirecTV music service before XM took over, then Sonic Tap took over about 5 years ago. I'll check it out