Another entrant in the cloud music market, smelling the money, Best Buy, online retailer has jumped on the bandwagon joining the Amazon, Google and Apple's iCloud, who already have their own legitimized music lockers in the cloud.
Best Buy's cloud service dubbed "Music Cloud" is powered by Catch Media Inc's Play Anywhere platform. Where you can upload songs to Music Cloud, just like with Google's Music Beta and Amazon's Cloud Player. The service also lets you stream songs from the cloud to any device, unlike Apple's service that only lets you download individual files.
Music Cloud comes in two flavors: a free Lite version and a paid Premium account which costs four bucks per month.
Best Buy is also offering smartphone apps for iOS, Android and BlackBerry that work with the Music Cloud service, allowing you to stream songs, manage your cloud music collection on the go, even mark songs, playlists or artists for offline listening.
A desktop program from Best Buy will copy all of the playlists you've set up on your computer, so you don't have to re-create them manually.
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