Tablet, Phone or Notebook: What’s Your Favorite MyMusicCloud Listening Device?

Are those Santa’s reindeer jingling in the distance? Christmas seemed to come early for music and gadget lovers this week as the big Silicon Valley innovators unveiled several new portable devices. Tuesday, Apple previewed its thin-as-a-pencil 7.9-inch iPad Mini and a fourth-generation iPad, shipping Nov. 2. And right on cue, here comes Microsoft with its first rival 10.6-inch Surface tablet, featuring the all-new designed touchscreen operating system, Windows 8.

Tablets, cell phones, notebooks: There are now so many gadgets to enjoy your music on, it’s almost ear-boggling.

But do they all speak the same language? That’s where MyMusicCloud comes in. Our cloud-based delivery service syncs all your music effortlessly across any device or platform, from your notebook to your tablet to your Android phone, all around the world. So you never have to be without your favorite tunes. Plug into your favorite dubstep and “wait for the drop” even when you’re offline on the subway. Want to swap songs with pals in Stockholm? MyMusicCloud speaks 22 languages worldwide and even announces your listening choices to friends on Facebook.

So tell us in the comments section below, what’s your favorite way to listen to your MyMusicCloud library? Is it spinning on your laptop in your living room with friends? Or surfing rhythmic world music on your phone while hiking alone outdoors? How about blissing out on your tablet at the coffee shop while you sip a hot Salted Caramel Mocha? We want to know.

And if you have one of these new gadgets and want to share your reviews, post them below too.

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