Amazon Creates First Major Cloud Player
Music on-the-go has become almost a necessity for many people. Until now, you had to either stream music from the Internet or load it onto an MP3 player or other device. Now, you can listen to your own music form the Internet with the help of Amazon’s new Cloud Player.
The Cloud Player is an Internet-based app that allows users to listen to their music on any device that is compatible with the app. It stores all of the music online, making it accessible from any compatible device at any time. Users can upload their own music onto the app, or they can download music from Amazon. Either way, they still have universal access to their favorite songs and artists.
The Cloud Player is available as an app in the Android store for compatible cell phones, and it is available as an Internet app. The apps can be used on computers and cell phones, but it is uncertain whether other devices may be able to run these apps.
Users have 5 gigabytes of storage for free on the app, but if they want more storage, they can purchase any album of music from Amazon to get 20 gigabytes of storage. Additional storage space can be bought for $1 per gigabyte after getting 20 gigabytes of storage.
Not only can users store music on the Cloud Player, but they can also store videos, documents, and other files. All of it is accessible anywhere, anytime, thanks to the cloud.
Amazon is the first major company to offer a Cloud Player for music and other files. As it stands, both Apple and Google are late to the party, but they are supposedly hard at work creating their own versions of the Cloud Player. No matter what happens with these projects, Amazon still has the first Cloud Player with some pretty cool features that are very practical for everyday life.