Still Waiting For Google's Cloud Music Service; Give Amazon's Cloud Drive For Amazon A Try

Amazon's Cloud Music Service Steals Google's Thunder

The Online retailer has been aggressively taking the Android Market by storm as of late. Their Android App store is up and running and their new cloud based music service is also up and running. All music purchased through Amazon's music store is avaialable to be stored as well as a free 5 Gb with higher storage options available for purchase. The digitial locker allows storage of music, photos, videos, and documents with additional space being offered with rates starting at 20 GB is $20 per year, 50 GB is $50.

How Amazon's Cloud Music Service Works

Music can be stored from your desktop computer using a web based streaming client that works on your PC and Android device. Your uploaded files can be accessed from any web connected PC and from the Android app for easy access. It looks like a promising option for anyone looking for a streaming service for their media and documents. Check out the Amazon MP3 app for acess and let us know you think it will compete with Google's upcoming service.

Letter From Amazon

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