Amazon First To Unveil Cloud Music

Published on: 29th March, 2011 by Mark Haynes

Last updated on: 16th March, 2014

Amazon Cloud Player

Amazon Cloud Player

Today Amazon has announced its brand new Cloud Music service. It seems that it has beaten Apple and Google in what many are calling the future of Music. Amazon are giving each user 5GB of free storage to upload their own music which can then be streamed to the Cloud Player (Mac or PC) and Android mobile Phones. If you buy a MP3 Album though you get a free upgrade to 20GB of storage (promotion only) or you can buy anything from 20GB to 1000GB of storage with all files located on the Amazon S3 Servers.

At the moment it seems the Cloud Music Player only works within the US but hopefully Amazon will open it up to the rest of the world soon. Would you use a cloud service for your music or are you happy storing it locally and syncing it?

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