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This article was published on October 29, 2013


Amazon launches Cloud Player Desktop app for Mac

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Amazon has released a version of its Cloud Player music management software for Mac devices, bringing with it all its syncing and offline playback goodness.

The app, released today, also brings features like automatic MP3 downloads (or one-click, if you prefer), Instant Play and Search directly from search results and automatic detection of new music added to your library, regardless of whether you bought it from Amazon’s music store. It was already available for PCs.

It also supports the AutoRip feature which means that whenever you buy a CD or vinyl copy of the AutoRip enabled track, you’ll automatically get the MP3 version added to your Cloud Player.

➤ CloudPlayer [Amazon]

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