Anyone tried ZumoDrive?
It sounds ****ing amazing. As someone with almost 1TB of music files, it seems like a perfect way to have all my music at hand without having to carry an external hard drive around.
The first 2GB are free, so I may test it out on that, but I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with it.
seems interesting if a little bit expensive. also, most music locker sites have gotten into trouble with the riaa; so i might just use the trial and see how long they stick around for.
If you want to spend some time maybe a couple hours to learn something new :) just setup a media server and open the ports on your broadband router and you can access your music from anywhere to. oh yea it is free :) if you have Windows media center that is. Or just download Linux install and setup a media server like Mediatomb which you can configure via a web browser and select the media you want.
my next project is setting up my Android phone to connect to my home network so I can stream music to my phone and hook it up to my car radio for great music all the time :)
I use their ZumoCast service which is awesome (and free). I basically have access to my iTunes library from ANYWHERE with my iPhone... even the pictures and videos.
Do you have much trouble with lag time when listening to your music?
Originally Posted by quix