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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Car crusher, Apr 4, 2014.
I mean, being dropped out of a moving car on a bridge isn't gonna help.
I'm surprised it's still working. Does it have any technical problems?
Not that technical problems on a device like this would be an issue these days. I mean, who has a separate music device anymore? Your phone does everything.
Cue 13 people coming and saying they do, starting a massive conversation.
I've seen none so far. It does exactly what it's supposed to do.
Which I guess is not being used ?
Wow, and here I'd think that it'd have a few bugs, considering what it had been through.
Definitely makes it a product of its time, and goes to show how much technology is changing. Technology never fails to amaze me.
I don't have separate music devices as my phone works for me. But I get why some do
I would totally use my old iPod nano 4 if you could put Spotify on it, but yeah it's ancient so that isn't going to happen.
I felt like looking up the Nano, and dang that thing is old. Next year, it's going to be ten years since the 4th generation hit the market
Really, the only devices I really use for music are my main phone (Moto Z Play) and my recently-bought Chromecast Audio. It's really good. And I recommend it to you if you have £30 which you don't know what to do with.
I can't even get the music store on my phone to work. It's either YouTube or this.
i'm watching rick and morty
YouTube is still a good platform to listen to and find new music, although it's terrible if you want to listen using mobile data.
Honestly, who cares? That show is so circlejerked it's not even funny.
honestly, south park is better, but I still think r&m is funny
Oh man, you must get all the bitches since you watch SOUTH PARK. Who the hell watches TV anyway these days? I'd rather spend my time playing Overwatch.
i'd rather spend my time in society, and go to car shows and stuff.
Then why are you watching TV?
because it's 10 at night
That never stopped anyone. Go enjoy the fresh air.