9 Replies Latest reply: Nov 18, 2011 7:21 AM by mjbanks
Cory Bauer Level 2 (275 points)

A great feature of iTunes Match that I haven't seen much talk about is that if you sign in on a computer that has zero music in its iTunes library, all of your music will become instantly available to you and will function as an honest streaming-only service unless you opt to download tracks manually. This is great news! I streamed music to my work computer all day yesterday and the only thing iTunes downloaded was the album art.


This morning however, trying to play a song just resulted in an infinite loading bar, where-as yesterday songs would start instantly. I had to turn off iTunes Match and then re-enable it to get the service working again. Has anyone else experienced similar things? The dream of not having to have any of your music locally kind of dies if it only works for a day.