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Amazon Launches Cloud Player, Play Your Music From Anywhere

Written by Brayden Darke on March 30, 2011

Amazon has launched a cloud based music service that let’s you upload your music tracks to Amazon’s web servers and then play them via the web or Android devices.

The Cloud Drive service offers 5GB of free storage and then $1 per GB after that, or 20GB if you buy an album through Amazon.

When you add your music to Cloud Player you get the option to add your music to Cloud Drive, create playlists and organise tracks for play on their web based music player or any Android device.

Earlier this month hacker’s managed to find Google’s cloud music service, which appears to be similar to Amazon’s service. Apple have also been rumoured to be launching a cloud music service as well.

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