Save Your Digital Music When Switching Phone Brands

Every year, cell phone makers tempt consumers with the next wave of sleeker, shinier mobile devices. Oftentimes, the transition is simple – as long as you stay with the same brand. If you’re considering switching to a different operating system, however, you’re probably already asking yourself one crucial question. “How do I transfer my digital music collection when I make the switch?”

Most mobile operating systems aren’t designed to play nicely with one another, making it more difficult than it should be to transfer music files from, let’s say, a Droid phone to an iPhone – or vice versa. In fact, music lovers still struggle to obtain access to all of their music all of the time. Some songs are on the computer, others on the tablet, and even more may be on the phone.

Store Music Files in MyMusicCloud for 24/7 Access

When it comes to storing digital music files, people are often confronted with the dilemma of choosing which type of operating platform to use. In many cases, people find themselves stuck in the “i-opoly” — the monopoly-style hold of Apple’s iTunes on digital music — of the digital-media world. Worse yet, users find that their digital music use is limited to certain devices based on their operating systems.

Well, this no longer has to be the case.