Amazon makes MP3 catalog available to iPhone users

Amazon makes MP3 catalog available to iPhone users

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SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon says iPhone and iPod Touch users will be able to buy music from its digital store for the first time beginning Thursday.

Amazon.com Inc. said Thursday that its MP3 library has 22 million songs available.

Steve Boom, vice president of Amazon Music, says that since the launch of the Cloud Player app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, customers have been asking for the ability to buy music from Amazon directly from their devices.

The Apple device users can browse Amazon's MP3 store for music using Apple's Safari Web browser. Music users buy gets saved to their Amazon Cloud Player libraries and can be downloaded or played instantly from Apple devices or other gadgets such as the Kindle Fire.

 

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

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