First, go to the Amazon Cloud Player page and log into your account, then click Upload Your Music.
Keep in mind Cloud Player only supports MP3 and AAC file types that are not protected by DRM. After the MP3 Uploader is done scanning your iTunes library, go through and check or uncheck the playlists and artists it finds.
After you your iTunes music is uploaded to your Amazon Cloud Player account, grab your Kindle Fire and tap Music. In der neuen Amazon MP3 App für Android ist die mobile Version des Players bereits enthalten. Why are you asking me for personal information?We collect personal information including your contact and demographic information for the purposes of identification, account administration and display of personalised content and advertising. Moving your digital music files from your old computer to your phone to your laptop to your new computer used to be a lengthy and annoying process, especially for consumers with thousands of tracks from different music sources. But for most consumers, the concept of cloud storage and music “matching” services are still confusing, even as these services aim to streamline your music-listening experience.
For this week’s review, I tested Amazon’s Cloud Player, a Web and mobile app that automatically recognizes the music files you’ve already purchased, adds those same tracks to your Amazon cloud account, and then lets you stream those files on up to 10 devices, even if you got the music from iTunes, from a CD, or some other source. Amazon is able to do this in part because it recently obtained the music rights from the four major record labels in the U.S. The Cloud Player will also store and play the music you’ve purchased via Amazon, and consumers might be surprised to know that some newer, popular songs that cost $1.29 in iTunes are only 99 cents on Amazon.
I found Amazon’s Cloud Player easy to use, despite the fact that I admittedly didn’t “get” scan-and-match services before.
A third player worth noting here is Google Play, which lets you keep up to 20,000 songs in a Google cloud “locker” for no charge. Amazon’s Cloud Player app is free to download, and users can buy or upload up to 250 songs from their computers to the Cloud Player at no charge. These two services are able to automatically scan and match your songs for you, but only if the songs can actually be matched within their libraries.
With that basic understanding of how it works, I downloaded and used the Amazon Cloud Player on three devices: On my iPhone, on an Android-based Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone, and on the Web. Using it on the Web involved scanning my computer for music files and importing them into the Cloud Player.
While the Web-based Cloud Player could use a design refresh, I liked the look and feel of the mobile app.
Within the mobile app I opted to auto-download Amazon MP3 purchases, so the app would constantly update with new files I purchased — just like it did in the Cloud Player Web site. Even with the auto-upload feature activated, I would still have to go into my list of songs and press a little orange arrow to download and play the purchased song through the Cloud Player. But once you’ve downloaded the purchased songs into your Cloud Player app, you can listen to them later, even if you don’t have a network connection. I could easily buy Amazon MP3s from the Web and through the Cloud Player app on Android devices, including the Kindle Fire.

Despite that restriction, I found Amazon’s Cloud Player to be a worthwhile, easy-to-use cloud service and music-playing app, one I’ll likely continue to use even if I purchase and acquire music elsewhere.
Amazon has updated its Cloud Player service, letting you stream music purchased from Amazon MP3 in the UK, Germany, and France.
You can either login to Cloud Player using a web browser, or run Amazon’s apps for iOS or Android.
Cloud Player lets users upload up to 250 songs for free, which you can then stream from any device with an app or supported web browser. The launch of Cloud Player in Europe comes shortly after Amazon started taking orders for its Kindle Fire tablets in Europe.
Right now Amazon Cloud Player isn’t available in Spain or Italy, the other two countries where the Kindle Fire is available. No matter how larger a capacity your Android’s overall storage has, if you are a die-hard music fan, you will probably never be able to contain the entire music collection on just a SD card. If you are an Android user, you may download Amazon MP3 from the link given below or by scanning the provided QR code to stream or download music files from your cloud drive on your Android device. And that’s not all; you can upload all sorts of files to your cloud storage through the easy and efficient web interface of Amazon Cloud Drive that allows you to select and upload multiple files at a time. AddictiveTips is a tech blog focused on helping users find simple solutions to their everyday problems. If you have more songs to upload, click the Browse for More Music link and manually add them.
He also has contributed to other notable tech sites including InformationWeek and How-To Geek. Dateien konnen online in der Cloud gespeichert und mit dem Cloud Player auf Rechnern oder Android-Geraten wiedergegeben werden. If you want to listen to the next song in your list, you’ll have to go back to your Cloud Drive again.
It will let you store up to 5 GB of music for free (just like Amazon) and stream it to any iOS or Android device. Now, with tech companies offering “cloud,” or Web server-based, storage solutions for music, you can theoretically access files from any device with an Internet connection. The service is now more comparable to iTunes Match, Apple’s cloud-based service, which similarly scans and matches non-iTunes music files on up to 10 devices.
I liked the user interface of the Amazon Cloud Player mobile app, and after more than a week of testing, I was regularly using it as an alternative app to iTunes on my iPhone.
But Google Play requires you to upload all of the songs to this digital locker yourself, since Google doesn’t yet have the rights to scan and create a match of your library for you, so I didn’t thoroughly test this service. The Amazon MP3 store sells more than 20 million songs, compared with the iTunes catalog of 28 million songs, though some of that music may not be available to match, due to license agreements. I also downloaded the Cloud Player app onto Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, and from there was able to wirelessly stream music to a Sonos speaker. When I was in a place without a strong Internet connection, like the lower level of my gym, this could take awhile, or not work at all.

To test this, I occasionally put my iPhone on Airplane mode, and I was still able to listen to songs. Not surprisingly, though, I wasn’t able to purchase music from the Cloud Player app on my iPhone, my primary device. Any songs you purchase from Amazon MP3 are automatically added to your library for no additional charge. Maybe you do not need to spend too heavily on a large capacity SD card, or worry about getting your device’s limited space consumed by just a handful of albums anyway, because of all the various online music streaming and storage services that are available these days.
If you already have one, simply log in and launch Amazon Cloud Player to begin uploading, downloading and streaming music to and from your cloud drive. The upload progress of each selected file can be monitored and managed by clicking on the see upload details on the global upload progress bar that appears. We review the best desktop, mobile and web apps and services out there, in addition to useful tips and guides for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Or if you want more control, stop the process and browse to the music you want to upload manually.
Dort stehen dem Nutzer dann Optionen zum Herunterladen, Hochladen und Streamen zur Verfügung.
The paid version of Cloud Player offers storage for up to 250,000 non-Amazon-purchased songs, whereas Apple’s iTunes Match has a limit of 25,000 songs.
The Cloud songs were the ones uploaded to my Amazon Cloud Player account, and the Device songs were the ones that Amazon recognized from the iTunes on my iPhone, which are stored on my device.
So when I was on the go and really wanted to download a song, I’d default to iTunes, even if some songs were cheaper on Amazon. It is a fusion of different media styles, different topics, different formats and different sources. And if you want more space for your own music, you can pay $25 per year and get space for 250,000 songs.
Talking of cloud services, Amazon has just recently launched its very own online streaming and storage service for the web and Android devices. The Amazon Cloud Drive service allows you to upload music, videos and documents to your personal Cloud Drive and in conjunction with Amazon Cloud Player, lets you stream your music library on your computer via the web or on your Android device via Amazon MP3.
I also experienced some delays in song starts when trying to play matched iTunes songs from the Cloud side of the Amazon app.
New users receive 5 GB of free cloud storage, which can be upgraded to 20 GB for a year if you purchase an MP3 album from the Store before the 31st of December, 2011 or for an annual payment of $20.

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