Apple's Cloud Music Service Will Launched Next Month?
Cloud Music Service | Online Music Service | Apple Cloud Music - According to some reports, it was said that next month Apple will launch a cloud-based music service, after they finished the negotiations with the four major record companies.
Cloud-based music service will be presented at the Worldwide Developers Conference event on 6 June.
According to the New York Times, the service will allow users to store their music in the cloud. Later the stored music can be heard on different devices, from PCs, cell phones, until the tablet.
Earlier in March, Amazon has also launched a cloud-based music services, such as Cloud and Cloud Drive Player. These services allow users to upload music to Amazon's servers and play them on computers or mobile devices based on Android.
Additionally, in May, Google's market also plunged on cloud-based music service called Google Music. The service allows users to store their music on online music library, to be streamed via PCs, cell phones and tablets.
Even so, Google Music is still beta formatted or in the experimental stage.