Amazon's Cloud Drive Now Works in iPhone's Browser
May 8, 2011, 4:36 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Amazon's Cloud Drive music streaming service has been updated so that it is now compatible with the iPhone's Safari browser. Amazon Cloud Drive lets people store their music on Amazon's servers and play it back via a desktop browser or the Android Amazon MP3 application. Safari on the iPhone was not supported at launch. Phone Scoop was able to confirm that Amazon has made some unannounced changes so that music will now play back through the Safari browser. The music must still be uploaded from a desktop, but users can stream their own content over 3G or Wi-Fi from Amazon to their iPhone for free.
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