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Amazon Creates Digital Music Cloud Drive

April 1, 2011 by Curtis Comments Off on Amazon Creates Digital Music Cloud Drive divider image

Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has recently announced two major additions to their services. These additions cover the music industry, allowing users even more flexibility with their music files.

Though the Stones may have demanded that people get off of their cloud, Amazon is welcoming people into their cloud for the enjoyment of music. Amazon has released the Amazon Cloud Drive and the Amazon Cloud Player in order to help users along with their listening pleasure.

Amazon’s Cloud Drive offers their players 5 gigabytes of free online storage with unlimited access from any computer, anywhere. Pictures, videos, documents, and music can all be stored on the Amazon Cloud Drive, which is bound to any Amazon account holder.

The Amazon Cloud Player is a music player that can be connected to anytime, anywhere, from any computer or Android device. Linked to the Amazon Cloud Drive, the Cloud Player will enable users to connect directly through their devices and tap into their music. No matter where the user is, they can connect to the service with up to 5 gigabytes of access. Users can browse their collection, create playlists, or download their music to other computers.

Amazon has long had their MP3 store, which has had to contend with Apple’s iTunes for the top dollar. Their incorporation of Cloud storage and the Cloud Player will definitively aid them in conquering the iTunes machine and its dominance over the digital music industry.

Both of these services are free to Amazon account holders. The 5 GB account size can be upgraded should users want more space on their personal server.

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