Not long after launching its own app store, Amazon has now unveiled other three new products: Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon Cloud Player for Web, and Amazon Cloud Player for Android.
As the name suggests, Amazon Cloud Player is a music streaming service which, together with Amazon Cloud Drive, allows users to “securely store music in the cloud and play it on any Android phone, Android tablet, Mac or PC, wherever they are.”
Amazon Cloud Drive offers 5GB of storage space for free, and an additional 15GB for customers who buy an Amazon MP3 album. If you need even more space, you can buy 20GB for $20 per year.
Amazon Cloud Player for Android is included in the latest version of the Amazon MP3 App – which can be downloaded via Android Market.
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