May 14 2013, 10:39am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Amazon's free music app of Amazon Cloud Player is already accessible for computers through web browsers. But Amazon launches a new dedicated desktop PC app that will allow users to store the music offline.
When you install it, this free standalone Cloud Player PC app will allow you to find music on Windows Media Player and iTunes and store these songs on your own library. But users can only stream an unlimited number of music files that they have purchased from Amazon and can store these in a cloud-based storage locker. Users can also upload upto 250 plus music files that will not be purchased from Amazon. Users can also stream these outside music files for free by using any Amazon player through their wireless devices. Users can also access unloaded music flies by scanning their hard drives.
Amazon Cloud Player was first launched for only Android users two years before. But it is now available for Ford vehicles, iOS, Sonos and Roku. While Linux is not yet given support by Amazon Cloud Player yet.
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