Amazon's Cloud Music Service | Cloud Music | Cloud Storage | Cloud Player
Amazon beat Apple and Google by launching a brand-new cloud-based music service, Cloud Player. This service lets users store their music collection online and access them via various devices.
The launch of this service from Amazon quite shocking the public. The reason, many people reckon Apple or Google was the one who will first introduce a music service cloud.
Giant retail stores from the United States had announced the presence of Cloud Player, Tuesday (29.03.2011. With this service users can upload their music collections and thousands of other songs that are bought through various online stores, including Apple’s iTunes. Users can listen to collection track them through the Cloud Player on Android phones and computers.
“Our customers have said that they do not want to download music via their computer or mobile phone as it would be hard to go music collection into other devices,” said Bill Carr as vice president for music and movies on Amazon.
“Now (with Cloud Player), whether they are in office, home or on the way customers can buy music from Amazon MP3, store them in the clouds and play it anywhere,” added Carr.
Player Cloud Services can be loved for free of charge by customers who already have an Amazon account. But this time new Cloud Player available only for Amazon customers in the United States (U.S.).
The owner of Amazon’s Account can use Cloud Drive to store their digital music library with a capacity of 5GB, or equivalent storage capacity for 1,000 songs. While customers who buy the album from Amazon MP3 will get an upgrade until it reaches the capacity of 20GB.
Meanwhile, Apple is suppose to launch cloud versions of iTunes in the coming months. Google was reportedly were preparing a cloud-based music service and will release it this year.
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