Amazon Cloud Player Support For iPad

Amazon Cloud Player Support For iPad

Amazon decided that to get ahead of the competition (iTunes), their Cloud Player needs a defining moment, which will come in the form of a new upgrade and those who obtain a paid Cloud Drive subscription will be on the receiving end of unlimited space for any AAC- or MP3-encoded music on Cloud Player, never mind where you got it from. Amazon has updated it Cloud Drive music and file storage offering, the latest version now adds a paid option which will cost you $20 a year and for this you get unlimited music storage and 20GB of file storage………….

By On July 7, 2011 1 Response
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Rumor: Amazon Kindle Preparing For Video Streaming

Rumor: Amazon Kindle Preparing For Video Streaming

Amazon is hard at work on a Kindle eReader-like tablet with a colored display and Amazon s prepping a new color Kindle, code named Hollywood, capable of streaming video and to be sold with a promotional video service offering. Such an offering would certainly help to differentiate Amazon’s tablet from rivals such as the iPad from Apple Inc. or the BlackBerry PlayBook from Research In Motion Ltd and with its broadly encompassing product line and service offerings is the only company with a hope of knocking Apple from its perch atop the tablet market……….

By On June 15, 2011 Respond
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Amazon Updates Cloud Player To Work With iOS

Amazon Updates Cloud Player To Work With iOS

Amazon’s recently launched Cloud Player music storage service has received an update to make it significantly more usable on Apple’s mobile devices and it isn’t quite as nice as an actual app, it provides nearly all of the functionality that you could ask for.Sound quality is said to be great and the only part of it that is a little buggy seems to be the scrubbing capability……..

By On May 8, 2011 Respond
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Use Amazon Cloud Player on Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch [How To]

Use Amazon Cloud Player on Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch [How To]

Amazon has already released “Cloud Player”, a streaming music service. At the time of announcement, they didn’t mention whether or not it would work on the iPhone, or any other iOS device for that matter. But Christina Warren has found out a workaround that will allow you to use Cloud Player on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

By On April 3, 2011 Respond
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