It looks like Amazon and Apple will not be the only companies that are launching a new cloud-based music service that will allow users to play, store, and listen to music straight from the cloud. Best Buy announced today that they would be launching a new service that will be in competition with the other cloud-based music services that have been put into motion by the company’s Apple, Amazon and Google that will allow for users to play their music straight from the cloud. The company will have their software powered by the play anywhere application, and will allow for users to quickly sign up for the new service. Then, the users can download the application straight from their Macintosh or PC. The Apple also be integrated with the unlocked iPhone 4, Android, and Blackberry operating systems, allowing users to use their cloud-based music service while on the go.
After you have installed the application, the Music Cloud will allow you to stream your favorite songs, or even save them for off-line playback at a later time. The package will be completely free, which makes the service differ greatly from the other services that are currently available. The package will allow users to utilize the Best Buy Web player, so you will have to pay a total of four dollars per month for the premium package that the company will be offering. While this offer may be similar to those that have been launched by Apple, Google, and Amazon, there will be some major differences in the way that the pricing structure works in the functionality of the program. It is clear that in the future music services will more than likely be based in the crowd, and will allow users to access all of the information that they have purchased and downloaded straight from the cloud. It is clear that consumers are going to have to make a choice as to which cloud company that offers a music program they’re going to want to work with.
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