Just days after introducing the nifty AutoRip service for its customers, Amazon is announcing today the launch of its Amazon MP3 Store for the iPhone and iPod touch, bringing the online retailer’s 22-million song catalog to the aforementioned devices. The Amazon MP3 Store will be available for the iPhone and the iPod touch, but Amazon plans to expand the service soon on the iPad. Users can also access the Amazon MP3 Store through Apple’s own Safari web browser. iPhone and iPod touch users now have access to cool features like personalized recommendations, best-seller lists, and Amazon customer ratings.
Basically, music purchases will be automatically saved to the user’s Cloud Player libraries and they can be downloaded or played directly from any iPhone or iPod touch. Of course, users can also opt to access their music on the Kindle Fire or on any Android device, as well as on Roku and Sonos entertainment system. Amazon will be offering deals which includes albums worth $5 and songs priced at $0.69 each. In case you were wondering, storage to all your music will be free.
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