cloud music storage

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cloud music storage

Storing a user's music collection in the cloud to save local storage space and enable streaming to multiple devices. The services typically use the freemium model, whereby a certain amount of storage is free and additional storage is paid. Amazon Cloud Music, Google Music, My Music Cloud and iTunes Match are examples. See cloud storage.
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The legal premise on which Google and Amazon attempted the venture was that users are uploading their own music in the cloud, just as they would on any other device.
Now it's your turn to experience playing your music in the Cloud in a new and unique way.
Free up local storage space on their phones by storing and accessing music in the cloud
Cloud Player is a service that enables customers to securely store their personal music in the cloud and play it on a wide range of devices.
Amazon Cloud Player enables customers to securely store music in the cloud and play it on any Kindle Fire, Android device, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac and PC, and now in any room via Sonos.
Customers using the Amazon Cloud Player App can stream, download, and manage their music in the cloud, eliminating the need to download files before playing them.