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Best Buy Launches Music Cloud Service

Online cloud services, including Apple’s iCloud streaming service, are all the rage nowadays. Amazon has their service, Google has theirs, and now Best Buy is too.

Best Buy has introduced its new “Music Cloud” service which lets users to upload their songs to a web-based service and stream content through a line of Android, BlackBerry and iOS apps.

The service is currently linked to iTunes — Music Cloud will automatically grab music from your playlists. If you don’t use iTunes, you’re pretty much out of luck.


Best Buy’s ‘Music Club’ is available in the iOS App Store free of charge, although there is a premium option that will run users $3.99 per month.

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