Amazon Cloud Music Player Demo: Steve Jobs, Apple, & ITunes Just Got A Bezos Sucker Punch!
Winston Edmondson, here. If you haven’t heard, Amazon.com just punched Apple. Below the belt. Right in the iTunes. What am I talking about? The Amazon.com Cloud Player. Check this out. This is an application for Android devices. It’s a media player that lets you listen to all the music on your device, but it’s also a Cloud Music Player that lets you listen to the music that you store on Amazon servers. That means up to 20G of music that’s out there in the cloud that you can listen to at anytime on your Android device.
So what does this mean? I’ll tell you. You need to get your music from Amazon, where it’s cheaper (like this Mika Remix Bundle for ), store it in the cloud, toss your lame iPhone, get yourself a nice Android device, and enjoy ALL your music (Amazon automates the process of uploading all your music to their servers) anywhere and everywhere with Amazon’s Cloud Music Player.
Can we be friends?