Amazon has just released the much-vaunted Amazon Cloud Player on Roku Streaming Players as well as Samsung Smart TVs. This allows frequent buyers of MP3s on Amazon to listen to their cloud-based music purchases anywhere in the house whenever they like. So now, the Amazon Cloud Player works on not just Internet-enabled mobile devices but Internet-enabled TVs and media hubs, too.
If you’re a Roku box user, all you need to do in order to start using Amazon Cloud Player is to download it from the Roku Channel Store under the Featured or Music category. It can be downloaded for free. Meanwhile, for Samsung Smart TVs, Amazon Cloud Player is available as an app in the Samsung Smart Hub, a standard feature in all models that are part of Samsung’s 2012 Smart TV lineup.
The Amazon Cloud Player is already available for a number of Internet-enabled mobile devices, namely the iPhone, iPod touch, Sonos music players, Android tablets and smartphones, and Amazon’s very own Kindle Fire. This move to release the same for Roku streaming boxes and Samsung Smart TVs only makes things more convenient for all those who get their music from Amazon.
Like this post? Share it!