mSpot Responds to Amazon, Bumps Storage to 5GB
In a direct response to the launch of Amazon's Cloud Player music streaming service, mSpot today announced that it has increased the storage of its free music streaming service to 5GB. mSpot lets people store music on its servers and then stream it back to Mac/Windows machines, as well as iPhones and Android handsets over the internet. Users can choose to upgrade to 40GB for $3.99 per month. Amazon offers 5GB of storage for free, and 20GB for the purchase price of one MP3 album download.
Amazon Brings Prime Music to Smartphones
Amazon today launched Prime Music, its own streaming music service. Prime Music is free to those who subscribe to Amazon Prime ($99/year), which also offers perks such as discounted shipping and Amazon Instant Video.
Amazon Music Gains Memory Card and Android Wear Support
Amazon today updated its Amazon Music app for Android devices and added several highly-requested features. Users can now download Prime Music tracks to a memory card for offline playback, rather than store the tracks directly on the handset.
Verizon Updates Cloud App with Smart Albums
Verizon Wireless has improved the Verizon Cloud app for Android devices with new features called Smart Albums and Print Shop. Smart Albums can automatically select the best photos and videos to create albums based on events and locations.
Amazon Launches Apple, Spotify Music Competitor
Amazon today announced Amazon Music Unlimited a streaming music service that offers on-demand access to tens of millions of songs. Amazon is offering Music Unlimited at several different price points.
Amazon Offering Unlimited Cloud Storage for $60 Per Year
Amazon today debuted two new cloud storage plans that should appeal to consumers looking to store backups of important files online. The Unlimited Everything Plan offers an unlimited amount of online storage for photos, videos, files, documents, movies, and music in Cloud Drive.