Amazon MP3 Store Hits iOS Devices
Jan 17, 2013, 9:26 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Amazon today announced that iPhone users can now purchase Amazon MP3 tracks from their iPhones. iPhone users will need to browse through Amazon's MP3 Store via the Safari browser. The mobile web site has been optimized with HTML5 to allow track purchases. The site then communications with the separate Amazon Cloud Player application, which iPhone owners can use to either stream or download their new songs. According to Amazon, the newly optimized web store includes all the features of the full site, such as $5 albums, personalized recommendations, and access to 22 million tracks. The Amazon Cloud Player app is free to download and use.
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