Amazon.com has just updated their Amazon Cloud Player for PC desktop app, where this time around, they have thrown in the ability to shop for music via Amazon MP3. In a nutshell, this would mean that customers now have the ability to use Amazon Cloud Player for PC in order to shop from more than 20 million songs, check out the recommended albums which are based on previous purchases, as well as browse through ‘Editor’s Picks’, ‘Album of the Week’ and ‘Song of the Week.’ All music that is purchased in Cloud Player for PC will then be saved to your PC library, and it will also be magically made available instantly on one of the following devices – the Kindle Fire, an Android-powered phone or tablet, the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Samsung TV, Roku, Sonos, or web browser.
Thanks to the latest update which brings the addition of an integrated MP3 store, end users are now able to enjoy a more seamless experience. Those who are interested will be able to give the Cloud Player for PC a go without having to fork out a single cent. There might be no free lunch in this world any more, but there sure as heck is a free piece of software!
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