Amazon Cloud Player App is Now 'BMW Apps Ready' and 'MINI Connected Ready'

Amazon Cloud Player App is Now 'BMW Apps Ready' and 'MINI Connected Ready'

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Amazon has released an update to its Cloud Player app for iOS that makes it 'BMW Apps ready' and 'MINI Connected ready'.

Your music. Everywhere. Listen to your music collection from the cloud on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad anywhere you are. You can download or stream your library from the cloud – or play the music you already have on your device.

To listen to your music in Cloud Player:
• Start with music you’ve bought from Amazon in the past – when you first sign in, eligible MP3s will be added to your Cloud Player library for free. So will MP3 versions of any AutoRip CDs you bought from Amazon since 1998.
• Shop over 20 million songs from millions of artists in the Amazon MP3 store right from your Safari web browser, with bestselling songs from $0.99 and albums from $7.99. Music you buy is instantly added to your Cloud Player library, whether you buy it from your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, PC, or Mac.
• Buy any AutoRip CD on Amazon and get the MP3 version for free, immediately added to your Cloud Player library.
• Visit Amazon Cloud Player on your PC or Mac and import your music collection from iTunes or your other folders. Once imported from your computer, music will instantly be available on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
• Simply play music from your iTunes collection that is already on your device – even music downloaded from iCloud can be played with Cloud Player.

With Cloud Player, you can:
• Stream your music from the cloud.
• Download locally to enjoy your music offline – no Wi-Fi or mobile network needed.
• Create and edit playlists.
• Control your music from your lockscreen.
• Use Bluetooth to stream your music in your house or car.
• You can also listen to music in your Cloud Player library on your Kindle Fire, PC, Mac, Android-based device, Sonos, Roku, or Samsung Smart TV.

What's New In This Version:
- Now "BMW Apps ready" and "MINI Connected ready" for use in your BMW or MINI

You can download Amazon Cloud Player from the App Store for free.

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Amazon Cloud Player App is Now 'BMW Apps Ready' and 'MINI Connected Ready'

Amazon Cloud Player App is Now 'BMW Apps Ready' and 'MINI Connected Ready'
Carsten - December 3, 2013 at 12:03am
So basicly you need to have bought or buy the music from Amazon to get it in the cloud? So all the music I've got myself can't be put in the cloud? I'd stick to iTunes Match ;-)
MyJobSux - December 4, 2013 at 5:21am
You can upload 250 of your own songs to the Amazon Cloud for free. After that there is a monthly fee. You can upload up to 10,000 songs to the Google music cloud. Either is good to use. iTunes only plays with Apple products so its pretty limited. Amazon and Google products play with everything pretty much plus all your music is already in the form of MP3 so it will play on any player. iTunes will probably eventually die as far as books, music and videos go. Everyone will move over to sources that support more platforms.
Johnny - December 4, 2013 at 2:18pm
You can also check out Style Jukebox Cloud Player. It's free up to 1000 songs and it's available outside US, everywhere in the world. It has support for FLAC and ALAC at original quality and is compatible with more platforms.
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