iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users can now access Amazon’s new Cloud Player on their mobile gadgets, bypassing the initial lack of support for Apple iDevices.
It doesn’t work flawlessly, but if you follow the instructions detailed below, you’ll be streaming cloud music to your iPhone in no time.
Unveiled late March, Amazon’s cloud-based music player lets you play music purchased and downloaded from Amazon or uploaded from your own local music collection, providing a way to retrieve your various music libraries online.
Technically speaking, the Cloud Player is geared toward PC and Mac users as a desktop-accessible service. The player also is available for Android devices through a dedicated Cloud Player app from the Android Market.