Amazon Cloud Player now available to UK music fans

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amazon-cloud-player-005.jpgAmazon’s Cloud Player is now available to music fans in the UK.

Already available in the US for quite some time now, the service allows a user to store their music libraries in the Cloud, and then stream them via the web to a PC or mobile device with compatible Amazon apps.

All MP3s previosuly purchased through Amazon are automatically synced with the service, while tracks bought or downloaded from other sources can be synced manually. Up to 10 devices can be linked with the Cloud Player account.

Customers can store up to 250 imported songs for free in Cloud Player or, for £21.99 a year, store 250,000 imported songs in Cloud Player. Amazon MP3 purchases do not count against these limits.

Head over to for the full low-down on the new service.

Gerald Lynch
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