Robert Chesley

Amazon Cloud Player Now Offers Unlimited Music Storage (but only for a “limited time”)

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One of my biggest knocks against the Amazon Cloud Player was the cost of storing large amounts of music. Recently, Amazon remedied that issue null and void.

Judging from the Amazon Cloud Player site, everyone already signed up for a 20 GB or higher a year plan will get this automatically included. It says it is a limited time offer, so if you were on the fence about the Amazon Cloud Player and wanted to try it out it will only cost you a Jackson to get all your songs up on the cloud and streaming to whatever compatible device wherever you are.

The major knock that I had against the Amazon Cloud Player in my review was that it seemed a little costly to store large amounts of music on the cloud. I am happy that they decided to go this route and I will be uploading a considerable amount more to my drive, not just music, but I plan on actually using the other storage space in the future. However, it has sense become basically the best Android music player out there right now. It has all my stuff.

Are you guys on board with the Amazon cloud?

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