It appears that it’s not only Amazon, Google and Apple will be rolling out they cloud service (powered by Play Anywhere) later this year, the latest entry to that list is Best Buy that will roll-out their own “Music Cloud” service. The music cloud service will allow you to upload all of your music collection and gives you access whenever you go. Best Buy also has an app for Androids, Blackberrys, and iPhones, so they’ve covered a lot of ground there, hopefully for Windows Phones too.
User can use the “LITE” version or the “PRO” version for more storage space and features. The Lite version is the free version and lets listen to the first 30 seconds of each song. While the Pro version will require you to pay $3.99 a month in order to listen to the complete tune.
The only drawback is that the service currently works with songs that are in your iTunes library, so that can be a problem to people who do not have an iOS device. For more info on the service, just hit the source links below and there are two of them.
Last modified: June 22, 2011