Amazon Cloud Player Works Fine on iPad, But Not on iPhone

iPad users can now stream music stored in Amazon’s CloudDrive. And, they don’t even need to download and install an app to do it. When Engadget noted that “Amazon Cloud Player hits iPad”, it means that and iPad user has to do is point the Safari mobile browser at:

amazon.com/cloudplayer

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Access requires a login. Then, music stored in the account’s Amazon Cloud Drive can be streamed through the Cloud Player web interface.

Note: The mobile web interface for the iPad does not work with an iPhone.

As reported earlier, Amazon now allows uploading an unlimited amount of music to the Cloud Drive for paid accounts. This includes accounts upgraded by buying an MP3 album from Amazon.

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