Spotify, Rdio, Pandora, iTunes..?
Acehuge
Well what I mean is, being a Linux user usually implies you adopt the culture of fine-tuning your software to the point where you spend more time tuning than enjoying. #stereotypes
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@sb057 i don't need to free up what I assume would be about 20~ MBs of memory from an application I'm actively using - now, Skype which uses ~200 MBs when it's just sitting in the tray, that's another matter

@Devo It's not that it uses resources, I just really don't like helpers and extra unnecessary services/startup processes. The updating's the killer, though.

@Ace Oh. Yes. Well, if that was the case I'd use Foobar. Which I got fed up of trying to perfect.
Casablanka
That's only Arch Linux. Ubuntu users are often quite different.
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@carlos unity has <SUPER>0-9 keyboard shortcuts. those are the best keyboard shortcuts Microsoft ever came up with and it's not possible to config them within any other DE currently. Getting unity to work on arch was just silly.
Acehuge
Sliker said:
<SUPER>0-9 keyboard shortcuts. those are the best keyboard shortcuts Microsoft ever came up with.
I agree, unless they made Ctrl+c & v.
Avatar_wtf
A year or two I was using Songbird but it wasn't too reliable and updates broke pretty much every addon and theme. Does anybody know if that has changed?
Ic100
Hanser said:
A year or two I was using Songbird but it wasn't too reliable and updates broke pretty much every addon and theme. Does anybody know if that has changed?

It hasn't as of < 3 months ago.
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Itunes (YES THAT IS HOW I'M GONNA CAPITALISE IT) because it is the only service I've found that provides a cloud service that works how I want a cloud service to work. Also because I don't hate it and think it's pretty ok. Don't really notice any performance issues except sometimes with its streaming but that's down to my awful internet connection rather than the software itself.

To clarify I'm a 24yo manchild and itunes lets me add music (anime music) that isn't in their library to the cloud myself. So unlike spotify which has nothing I want to listen to and no real way to add stuff itunes literally has everything I want to listen to because I put it there. And then I can listen to the Aquarion OST in the gym.
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I use Pandora. I used lastfm for awhile. Tried google music for a bit, and I just liked Pandora's layout more, so I stuck with that, and I've been too lazy and too stubborn to try anything else.
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As I posted before it was lost to the void, I made a Witendofi/OCW group on last.fm because I'm always on that site and it seemed appropriate. Groups aren't that exciting but I would find the group listening charts to be interesting and it makes tracking down users easier.

http://www.last.fm/group/Witendofi+-+OneClickWifi
Spriteav1
I used to be a big fan and advocate of Spotify - but then they through the extra limits on free users. Ads I can deal with, fine, but only listening to a song five times ever? That killed it for me. Now I tend to just do Google Music or the radio. Did a bit of last.fm through the Xbox occasionally which is alright.
Tais
I have two offline music collections, Winamp for PC with my flac library, iTunes for OSX with my 320kbps mp3 library which syncs to my iPod.
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I only use iTunes because with iTunes Match my music can be accessed from all my devices.
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Similar to Monie, I use iTunes only because I have to. It's the only thing that can put music onto my phone. I don't like it, though.