Apple has released its Cloud Player app for the iPad, some six months after it came out for the iPhone and iPod touch.


Your music. Everywhere. Listen to your music collection from the cloud on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad anywhere you are. You can download or stream your library from the cloud – or play the music you already have on your device.

Amazon has made several moves to expand its cloud music platform in recent months. It has optimized its music store for mobile Safari, made free digital copies of all CDs ever purchased on, and introduced a new "scan and match" service similar to iTunes Match.

Amazon Cloud Player is available free for iPhone or iPad from the App Store. [Direct Link]

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Macwick Avatar
134 months ago

Apple has released

You mean Amazon....
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Macwick Avatar
134 months ago
I'm happy with Music Match. I can stream my entire music library to my iPad mini and not need to waste space. I do have a boatload of albums on Amazon though, but I re-bought much of it when Apple started hosting purchased music.

Dear furi0usbee, we love you. Signed, the music industry.
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John.B Avatar
134 months ago
The new configurable cache size is a much needed addition. Works as advertised. :)

I didn't bring my iPad with me today, so I won't be able to check that out until later, but the screengrabs make it look sort of modal with popover screens:

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