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Discussion in 'iPad' started by henry2, Dec 27, 2011.
Right now i have about 20.GB of music on my Ipad2 .So how many gb of music do you have on your ipad
I had around 10GB on mine but then I got iTunes Match so only have about four albums downloaded onto it at the minute and the rest in the cloud.
About 3 GB. Since I am not using it for music too much.
I don't have any music on mine. I stream Internet radio or use iTunes Home Sharing.
Zero. Don't use it for that.
2.6 GB so far.
My iPad only has 2.6 GB of music on it. I only loaded the two playlists I have in iTunes, which consist of recently added songs and all-time favorites.
My entire music collection resides in my iPhone, so I'm not worried about having it all on my iPad as well. Also, as the other poster above me stated, Home Sharing is available so that makes a huge difference when needed.
A couple of gigglebytes... When at home I use home sharing, and when out I only need a few albums to sate my appetite for music.
4.7 GB, 675 songs.
Zero. All hosted in the cloud
Yup, in the cloud
Zero. I use my iPhone for music. My iPad is for videos and tv shows. I have over 40gb of video on it most of the time.
Zero. I've got a 160GB iPod classic as my main portable music device and use iTunes Home Sharing if I want to play music on the iPad.
Zero. I have maybe 5 or 6 gb of Movies for my daughter if we are not at home, but mostly I stream everything.
None as well. All my music is on my 64GB iPod Touch.
Chances are that if I am carrying my iPad, I am also carrying my iPhone, which happens to hold all my music.
0GB. All my music is on my iPhone.
For my iPad, I use the google music web app
I try to keep 0 music on my iPad--I usually listen to music on my iPhone on the train and walking to and from my office. I do have my iPhone and iPad set to automatically download new music and books that I buy on the other device, so my newest stuff is always on the iPad until I delete it.
On days where I know I'll be listening to a lot of music at work, I usually load up my iPad from iTunes Match before leaving the house. That way I don't have to run down my iPhone battery and I don't have to kill my data plan with all the streaming music. I spent almost my entire 2 GB last month using iTunes Match on my phone. I have my entire library in iCloud, and I keep seeing stuff I haven't listened to in awhile--and when the moment hits, I just HAVE to grab it from the cloud and listen on the train.
PS--for the record, I freakin' LOVE LOVE LOVE iTunes Match.
Exactly what I do.
We have an iPod Classic as well that holds everything and we use it with our iHome. Only problem is that's our only iDevice that still needs to be plugged into a computer to sync and now wireless syncing has completely spoiled me. We have an iPod Touch set up on Home Sharing now, so that works a lot better.
1.43 GB not that much.
Approx 300mb, not really using much for music
I have about 60GB of music on the iPad, but now that I've nabbed myself a large iPod touch I'll probably reduce it a lot and throw some movies on it.