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How to Bring Your Entire iTunes Music Library to the Cloud

Let’s begin with an amazing fact – this awesomely made music player was built by a 17- year old, Charles Allatt. It is always so inspiring and impressive to see such creativity at this age.

Vye Music is a web-player (and I haven’t seen too many of these lately) that simply lets you listen to the music you like and share it with your friends wherever they may be. You can listen to music without registering, but you won’t have the ability to share tracks, create playlists, and save favorite music unless you create an account.


Take a moment or two to absorb the interface, you might find it a bit messy, but once you understand how it works, you will be able to browse artist’s musical discography categorized by albums, which is very convenient. Vye also lists information about each artist and displays a list of similar artists alongside. The Radio mode allows you to refine Vye Music’s song suggestions, by selecting preferred artists, and eliminating others – yet, I would actually prefer it if the Radio mode would automatically play similar music based on one artist choice.

Best of all, you can upload your own library and take all your personal music collection to the cloud.
This is how you do it: Go to iTunes > File > Library > Export Library – And save the XML file. Go to Vye Music, click on Upload your Library button (right upper bar), and upload the XML file you just downloaded from iTunes – that’s it. Your music data is now on Vye, it will take you around 2 minutes to do it

Simply put, a brilliant music player.

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