New source of music for iPhone users
Amazon has announced that it has launched the Amazon MP3 store optimized specifically for iPhone and iPod Touch users. This marks the first time ever that iPhone and iPod Touch users have been able to discover and buy digital music from Amazon's catalog of 22 million tracks using the Safari browser. Customers will also have access to Amazon features such as personalized recommendations, bestseller lists, and Amazon customer ratings.
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Tracks that iPhone and iPod Touch users purchased via the Safari browser automatically be saved to the customers Cloud Player libraries and can be downloaded or played instantly from a number of gadgets including the iPod, iPhone, iPad, Android devices, and lots more. Amazon will offer daily deals such as five dollar albums and $.69 songs. There are also some free songs available from new and emerging artists.
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The Cloud Player app has two tiers with a free version allowing the storage of all MP3 music purchased at Amazon and the ability to import 250 other songs at no charge. The premium version allows users to import store up to 250,000 songs for $24.99 annually