We have news that the launch of the Amazon Cloud Drive has been announced today along with Cloud Player for Android and Cloud Player for Web, according to our sources these devices give you the opportunity to use it on any Mac, PC, Android tablet or Android phone anywhere you reside.
Uploading your library of tunes and storing new Amazon MP3 editions straight to the Cloud Drive is free and easy. Users will acquire a storage of 5 GB for nothing, $1 a gigabyte for added storage and buy any album on Amazon MP3 will give you a further 20 gigabytes, and any stored straight to your cloud service wont add to your amount of saving allotment.
One question would be, will we be able to use our mobile devices or smartphones to find our libraries? And has the Amazon Cloud Player become a worthy adversary to Sony Music?
Phil Wahba and Paul Thomasch have wrote an article on Reuters, which studies the two services and asks if there could be a backlash for Amazon over the ‘music locker’ service. Hit the link above to find out more, and let us know your thoughts.
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