Amazon MP3s and Cloud Player

Amazon.com sells MP3s on its website, as well as the ability to store those files and play them from any connected device, just as you can with Google Music (Amazon’s service actually predates Google’s offering). Amazon’s streaming music service is called Cloud Player; and, as with Google Music, you can download a desktop app on your computer to transfer your non-DRM iTunes and other music files to Amazon’s music hosting service.

On Android tablets, you may find the experience of using and playing music with Cloud Player to be a little less satisfying. At the time of writing, the Amazon MP3 app is not optimized for tablets; however, you’re not stuck with Cloud Player as your only playback option. You can purchase ...

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