Amazon Launches Cloud Player for Android

March 29, 2011
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Amazon has launched some new offerings today with one of them being Cloud Player for Android devices. The other services are Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Cloud Player for the Web. The services work together to allow the storage of music on the cloud and the ability to play it from computers and mobile devices.

The Cloud Drive service is free for 5GB of storage space and Amazon MP3 customers get 20GB of storage. The new purchases go directly to the Cloud Drive and don’t count against storage. Other tracks can be uploaded from other sources too.

The Cloud Player for Web allows you to stream from any computer. The real interesting bit for Android fans is the Cloud Player for Android. The player is now bundled with the Amazon MP3 app and allows the user to play the music stored on the cloud on their device. The user can create playlists and sort by artist and more. You can download the app now.


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