So now that the dust has settled after yesterday’s WWDC 2012 announcements, what else is new on the iPhone? We are looking at the availability of the Amazon Cloud Player, where for many, it has been said to be a long time in coming. At least better late than never is adhered to here, where the Cloud Player app has made its way to the iPhone and iPod touch platforms, enabling those who own either one (or both) device to be able to stream and download their music stashed away on Amazon to their iOS device. Bear in mind that the Amazon Cloud Player app will work only for those living in the US at the moment.
Just to recap, Amazon Cloud Player is a digital vault for you to store your digital music collection, with the ability to access over 20 million songs and over a million albums across different formats from its retail stores. Not only that, it also enables one to upload full music libraries, making it sound (pun not intended) rather similar to Google Music, does it not? Before the iOS version launch, Amazon Cloud Player was already available on Android, BlackBerry and Kindle Fire platforms.
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