Finally, Amazon’s Cloud Music Player Now Compatible With iPhone

| Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

More than a year ago, when Amazon’s cloud music service first launched, it didn’t work on iOS devices. However, a new app from Amazon called Amazon Cloud Player has just been released that allows for compatibility between iOS devices and Amazon’s cloud music service.

So how does it work? The new software release lets iOS users stream or download music that they have stored on Amazon’s server. On top of that, Amazon Cloud Player lets users play music that is already on their iPhone or iPod, which includes songs already stored in Apple’s iTunes.

The app is available for iPads as well, but that particular service has already been made available — Amazon’s cloud service is accessible through a browser-based player, which lets you play music that you’ve already stored in your Cloud Drive.

There are a lot of great features to this app, including the ability to download and listen to music without an Internet connection, create and edit playlists, and use bluetooth to stream your music. Head on over to iTunes to download the app.

Source: AllThingsD, Amazon
Image Credit: iMore

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