Amazon Offers Unlimited Cloud Music Storage For $20
The battle of the cloud is heating up! Amazon just announced unlimited Amazon Cloud Drive music storage for just $20 per year! That’s a pretty screaming deal! You can also use Amazon’s Cloud Drive to store your movies, documents and photos. All of your stored data can be accessed from any Mac, PC, iPad or android device. This deal is only good for a limited time, so you better act fast!
Amazon is obviously offering this all-you-can-eat storage plan to compete with Dropbox, Google Music and Apple’s iCloud. Many analysts and industry leaders are predicting that the future of computing will be cloud based. We are about to see some fierce competition amongst cloud computing providers. Amazon’s off to an early lead, but it’s still early in the game. Stay tuned!
From the press release:
SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced three enhancements to Amazon Cloud Drive and Cloud Player: storage plans that include unlimited space for music, free storage for all Amazon MP3 purchases and Cloud Player for Web, now on iPad.
“Additionally, we are adding free storage for all MP3s purchased from Amazon MP3, and support for the iPad. Our customers love Cloud Drive and Cloud Player and we’re excited to innovate these services on their behalf.”
“Customers are already enjoying Cloud Drive and Cloud Player and now for just $20 a year, customers can get unlimited space for music,” said Craig Pape Director of Amazon Music. “Additionally, we are adding free storage for all MP3s purchased from Amazon MP3, and support for the iPad. Our customers love Cloud Drive and Cloud Player and we’re excited to innovate these services on their behalf.”
Here’s a video of Amazon’s Cloud drive in action: