You know what they say – when it rains, it pours. It seems to be getting crowded up there as more and more companies start to work on delivering their cloud service, where you have Amazon’s Cloud Player, Google Music, and Apple’s iCloud – and now, Best Buy intends to join the fray with their Music Cloud service. Just how many ways can you name such a service with the word “Cloud” in it? Now that would be a fun exercise to play around with so that other companies who are about to jump on the bandwagon would hurry up so that they won’t be left with the cornier names to choose from.
Best Buy’s Music Cloud service has yet to be launched officially, but for those who are curious, you can give it a sneak preview by heading to the site. The new service will enable one to stream their music to different devices such as computers, phones, and tablets simultaneously. Apart from that, Music Cloud also enables users to save songs locally to devices for offline enjoyment.
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