Seems like even Ubuntu wants to get in on the Android fun as Canonical (the company behind Ubuntu) has launched Ubuntu One Music for Android, an app that allows the streaming and playback of any MP3 stored in your Ubuntu One account, not just the ones that were purchased through the associated music store. Of course, the downside is that the free Ubuntu One service only offers 2GB of storage, which probably won’t be enough to store your entire music collection. The app currently only offers basic features such as shuffle, browse by album, search, and song caching for offline playback. Noticeable features that are missing include playlists and support for non-MP3 files. Those features will be arriving in the future, not to mention an iPhone version, so things should be looking good for Ubuntu One Music
at the moment.
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