online music service

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online music service

(1) See online music store and music search.

(2) A Web-based service that lets users stream and/or download songs to their computers or mobile devices. Also called a "music locker" if the service allows users to upload their own music collection. See Spotify, Pandora, Napster, Google Play, Apple Music, iTunes, iTunes Match and cloud music storage.
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Recently, Amazon in an attempt to promote its music locker Cloud Drive, offered Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" album for 99 cents.
com and upload your music collection from your PC/Mac into your own personal music locker in the Cloud.
Amazon and Google launched music locker services in the past few weeks without new licensing agreements, leading to threats of legal action from some music companies.
While details regarding the services offered under the moniker iCloud are hard to come by, reports of Apple signing licensing deals with music labels and its competitors - Google and Amazon - haste in launching their music lockers, alludes that iCloud could be a music locker facility.
The music locker is only one component of mSpot Music - which is actually a complete cloud music service that will soon include a unique music discovery offering that builds on everything we've learned from our customers over the last year.
com Music Locker service, bringing users streaming access to their personal music library without the hassles of downloading or expense and size limits of add-in memory cards.
The iCloud service is Apple's cloud services offering which could entail the much reported music locker service.
First, put your music collection from your PC/Mac into your own personal music locker on the Internet by visiting www.
TuneWatch also instantly sees the new content from personally ripped CDs, immediately backing it up in the Music Locker for secure storage and anywhere access.
Music Locker war just got fiercer as Amazon announced its deal of the day, Lady Gaga's brand-new album "Born this way" up for grabs for $0.
0, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, the consumer can choose to sync complete music libraries, selected albums, playlists or even individual tracks to a secure online Music Locker whenever they buy DRM-free music online or digitally convert physical CDs.