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Tuesday July 31, 2012

Amazon's Cloud Music Service Gets Scan and Match

This new scan and match feature is a pretty cool idea and there is even a free version to boot.

For $25 per year, Amazon premium service will scan a user's hard drive and match the music found there to the more than 20 million tracks stored on the company's servers. Amazon will then stream the songs from its servers to any Web-connected device, including any Android device or iPhone, a user chooses to listen on. In addition, the merchant said it will automatically store songs previously purchased from the company.

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