I feel like I'm always hearing praise for Rdio whenever it's brought up; everyone seems to think it's really amazing. I'd like to give it a shot, but as someone who typically gets digital music from torrents, what incentives are there to become a subscriber? (Not really talking about moral things here -- I know I'd probably feel better about paying for my music in some way, but I'd like to find out things about the service that could get me to switch from the convenience of torrents)
Well say you wanna listen to Cute Is What We Aim For's discography and don't have any of their albums. You could waste time searching for a torrent of the album, spend time/waste bandwidth downloading it, importing it into itunes, deleting it after you hate it, and do it all over again with their other albums. Or just search the name on Rdio and all the albums are right there to listen to whenever you want with the ability to sync it to your phone and have it not take up any space on your phone or your hard drive.
If you think torrents are convenient, Rdio brings convenience to another level.