- Amazon Cloud Player
Your music. Everywhere. Listen to your music collection from the cloud on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad anywhere you are. You can download or stream your library from the cloud – or play the music you already have on your device.
To listen to your music in Cloud Player:
• Start with music you’ve bought from Amazon in the past – when you first sign in, eligible MP3s will be added to your Cloud Player library for free. So will MP3 versions of any AutoRip CDs you bought from Amazon since 1998.
• Shop over 20 million songs from millions of artists in the Amazon MP3 store right from your Safari web browser, with bestselling songs from $0.99 and albums from $7.99. Music you buy is instantly added to your Cloud Player library, whether you buy it from your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, PC, or Mac.
• Buy any AutoRip CD on Amazon and get the MP3 version for free, immediately added to your Cloud Player library.
• Visit Amazon Cloud Player on your PC or Mac and import your music collection from iTunes or your other folders. Once imported from your computer, music will instantly be available on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
• Simply play music from your iTunes collection that is already on your device – even music downloaded from iCloud can be played with Cloud Player.
With Cloud Player, you can:
• Stream your music from the cloud.
• Download locally to enjoy your music offline – no Wi-Fi or mobile network needed.
• Create and edit playlists.
• Control your music from your lockscreen.
• Use Bluetooth to stream your music in your house or car.
• You can also listen to music in your Cloud Player library on your Kindle Fire, PC, Mac, Android-based device, Sonos, Roku, or Samsung Smart TV.
Version 2.1.0 (May 7, 2013)
- Now supports Ford Sync on iPhone and iPod touch
- Improved experience when adding songs to a playlist
- Improved VoiceOver support
Version 2.0.2 (Apr 2, 2013)
• Fixed Exception 1401 error when playing music from the cloud
Version 2.0.1 (Mar 25, 2013)
• Fixed crashing upon large library loading
• Fixed Airplay Mirroring
• Improved loading speed of each tab
If you encounter the Exception 1401 error, you can fix it by going to Settings > Streaming cache size > Clear cache
Version 2.0 (Feb 27, 2013)
• Now available for iPad
• Updated look
• New setting to manage cache size
Version 1.5.1 (Jan 2, 2013)
Bug fixes including improved syncing of recently purchased or added songs
Version 1.5 (Dec 4, 2012)
Version 1.4 (Nov 15, 2012)
• Japanese language support
• Bug fixes
Version 1.3 (Sep 28, 2012)
• Support for iPhone 5 screen size
• Support for iOS 6
Version 1.2.4 (Sep 18, 2012)
- Added support for German and French device languages
- Introduced Cloud Player for UK, Germany, and France
Version 1.2.3 (Sep 7, 2012)
· Fix for "Exception #1401" error message – if you still experience this message with any downloaded music, please
delete and redownload it from your cloud library to resolve the issue
· Other bug fixes
Version 1.2.2 (Aug 23, 2012)
Bug fix – device library music can now be played without a network connection.
Version 1.2.1 (Aug 15, 2012)
• If you are installing the Amazon Cloud Player app as an update, please skip this update and wait for v1.2.2, as
v1.2.1 contains a bug preventing some songs from being played while offline.
• If you are installing the Amazon Cloud Player app for the first time, you can use this version of the app without the issue described above.
Version 1.2.0 (Aug 6, 2012)
· Higher resolution album art
· Ability to swipe to previous/next song in Now Playing cover art screen
· Performance enhancements
· Fix for missing cloud music
· Fix for Exception #59 error
· Past Amazon MP3 purchases are automatically accessible from Cloud Player
· Updates on subscription plan changes, if applicable