Best Buy Enters the Music Cloud Game With its Own Offering

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If you though you didn’t have enough choices with Apple, Amazon, and Google’s online music offerings, Best Buy is entering the game with its own service called Best Buy Music Cloud.

Powered by Play Anywhere, it will bring you your favorite tunes to Google Android, BlackBerry OS and Apple iOS smartphones. You can either stream your music or cache it for offline feedback but you will have to sign up for the service which will cost you $3.99 if you want to take your tunes with you as part of the Premium package (as the free package allows access to the Best Buy web player only).

Note: The service requires you to have your music accessible through iTunes even if you’re not an Apple or iOS user.

Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-20073225-93/best-buy-launching-cloud-music-service/#ixzz1Q0o91R3P

Source: Best Buy Music Cloud

Via: BGR, CNet

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