Owners of iPhones and iPod with touch devices have reason to smile because the cloud-based music service offered by Amazon will now be accessible to them.
Once this application is available, it will allow users to automatically stream audio files which they have bought from Amazon. They could also have uploaded such music files to the cloud-based storage devices of Amazon. The application permits upload of files up to a total size of 5 MB. MP3 files (.mp3) and AAC (.m4a) files can easily be uploaded to the cloud based storage devices. Once they are available in such devices, the music can easily be streamed seamlessly or wirelessly. All you need is to make use of one of the many Amazon’s players which comes to you for free. If you are of those users who wish to get unlimited music storage space, you can do so by purchasing one of the many cloud storage packages from Amazon. The storage packages are available for around $20 having a storage space of around 20GB.
Though this was posted with the main objective of allowing for total or universal accessibility of music service, the truth is slightly different. Only those users having desktops with internet connection are able to manage and listen to such music. This is possible with the help of native apps which are available for devices of Android. For non-android devices or tablets, the music can be listened only with the help of browsers. It would be pertinent to mention here that an unregistered and unauthorized version of Cloud Player suddenly appeared in App Store sometimes in November. However, as per Amazon’s instructions this unofficial version was immediately withdrawn.
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