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Amazon's Cloud Player now streams on iOS devices

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 May 2011 21:36 User comments (1)

Amazon's Cloud Player now streams on iOS devices Launched with just Android compatibility, Amazon's Cloud Player has now been updated to work with iOS devices like the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
While Android owners have a native app for the Cloud Player, iOS device owners need to stream the music via the Safari browser.

Open Safari, head over to the Cloud Player site, ignore the "your browser is not supported warning" and sign into your account.

From there, just click on the playlist/track you want to hear and it will begin streaming within the browser. Volume and controls work as usual and will even play in the background.

Unfortunately, on iOS you can't rearrange the songs in playlists or upload new files because the latter requires Flash.

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19.5.2011 5:37

Love this concept of having your purchases actually SAVED versus buying from Rhapsody or Zune and having to repurchase if you lose the file.

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