Now here is some news that folks would literally say is music to their ears – the Amazon Cloud Player is now available on Roku streaming players, virtually allowing Cloud Player customers to enjoy their entire music library in the comfort of their own homes, right on their TVs in the living room. Amazon Cloud Player on Roku will offer customers with the ability to play their music from the cloud straight on the TV, or via a stereo system that is hooked up to the TV.
Right now, the Amazon Cloud Player is available on the Kindle Fire, Sonos Music Players, Android mobile devices, iPhone and iPod Touch, so to see it make a permanent pit stop over at Roku is definitely a step forward in the right direction. Roku customers are able to download the Amazon Cloud Player channel from the Featured or Music category in the Roku Channel Store, and best of all is, this download will not cost you a single cent, now how about that?
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