Amazon Officially Launches 'Cloud Drive' And 'Cloud Player'
March 31, 2011 at 5:07 AM (PT)
As first reported by ALL ACCESS on TUESDAY (NET NEWS 3/29), AMAZON.COM has indeed launched their cloud-based music player. On its website TODAY, the company writes "Shop 15 million songs, play your music on any ANDROID device, PC, or MAC with AMAZON Cloud Drive and AMAZON Cloud Player."
AMAZON is offering all customers "5 GB of free Cloud Drive storage to get started. For a limited time, get a free upgrade to 20 GB of Cloud Drive storage with an MP3 album purchase."
In explaining what is the cloud? AMAZON offers, "The cloud is a term used to describe the Internet. AMAZON Cloud Drive is your hard drive in the cloud. Securely store your music, videos, photos, and documents online and access them from anywhere. All you need is a web browser to upload, download, and access your files from any computer. Back up your files to ensure that your music, photos, and personal documents are available to you wherever you go."
Check it out here.