Amazon now offers users an unlimited music storage option and a cloud player for iPad.
Users can store an unlimited amount of music on its Cloud Drive and Cloud Player,which is launched in March.
The company said that, for a limited time, anyone who subscribes to a Cloud Drive storage plan for US$20 or more per year will get "unlimited" storage space for MP3 and AAC music files. Cloud Drive is free for up to 5GB of space but additional storage requires payment.
"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, in a statement. "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."
Besides,users can now play music stored in the Amazon Cloud Drive service from their iPad, using the Safari browser and the Amazon Cloud Player for Web, Amazon announced Wednesday. The player already worked with Android devices, Macs and PCs.