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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Amazon's Cloud Player Can be Used for Apple iOS

Amazon Cloud Player support iOS devices
Amazon's music streaming service named Amazon Cloud Player initially only compatible with Android-based smartphone. But it now secretly supported Apple iOS device on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

Amazon Cloud Player secretly support iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod)

If you have a free account at Amazon Cloud Drive (with a capacity of 5 GB) plus 20 GB free upgrade if you buy an album through Amazon MP3, you can now listen to music on the iOS powered devices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch).

There is no native Amazon's Cloud Player for Apple iOS devices that are available for Android-based smartphone owner. But you can listen to your songs stored online in the Amazon Cloud Drive through Safari, the built-in browser on iOS. In order for this music service to work, you only need to use the Safari facilities on the iPhone or iPad to be used on Amazon Cloud Player site.

Warning page will tell you that your browser is not supported to open the music files, but you can ignore this warning. Once you have passed the warning screen, you can now see all of your own songs that are stored on the Amazon Cloud Drive server. Then you just choose songs or playlist you want to play. The music streaming then drifted into your iOS device.


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