the Amazon Cloud and it is here. If Rdio, Grooveplayer, et al, weren’t cutting it for you; if you were tired of waiting for Spotify to come to your country; if you were lamenting the day that Apple bought and buried LaLa, today is your day. Amazon has opened up the sky and is dropping music to your browser or Android device.
Yes, the company that beat back the DRM-laden aspirations of Apple’s iTunes, now trumps their competitors one more time. You can store up to 5GB of music for free plus any new purchases. Stream the music via the web or an Android app. I love Apple, but this just solidifies Amazon’s position as my go-to music seller and my Android phone as my music player of choice.
I’d tell you more, but I’ve got a cloud to catch.