Amazon launches MP3 store for iPhone and iPod users
Online retailing giant Amazon.com has recently launched the mobile version of its MP3 store for iPhone and iPod Touch. The new store will allow the users a way to buy songs from the online retailer with their devices.
The new store by Amazon is a Web application which means that the Apple device users can access can access it through the Safari Browser. Instead of building a Web app, the users have to download it from the Apple App Store. Moreover, the online retailer does not have to give apple the usual 30%cut the developers pay the Cupertino company.
Now the iPhone and the iPod users can access he huge catalogue of Amazon for music and it will also feature personalized recommendations. The buyers can go for deals like $5 for an album d songs for $0.69. The best part is that they can purchase the music and then use it anywhere.
The catalogue has about 22 million songs and the users who buy it from the Amazon MP3 store can play it immediately in the Amazon Cloud layer app. The songs can also be added to the iTunes music library by accessing the Amazon loud Player with a computer. The songs can be selected and downloaded.