Bandwagon Launches

Bandwagon Logo

Late last night/early this morning, a killer new app for OS X launched.

Bandwagon is a way for Mac iTunes users to regularly backup their entire iTunes collection. But instead of backing up your files to an external drive at your home (which still stands the possibility of getting stolen or damaged), Bandwagon uses Amazon’s S3 web service to store all of your music.

On top of just having a cool service, they’ve got a great UI to handling all of this.

Bandwagon Menu

Yep, a simple menu bar icon provides pretty much all of the functionality you need.

There is also a great search utility for seeing what you’ve backed up as well as selective restoration.

Bandwagon Search

Right now they have introductory pricing of $69/year through the end of February. After that it will be $99/year. At the current price its around $0.18 per day. Not bad at all considering it keeps every last beat of music safe and sound.

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Feb 23 2007

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