How To Play Amazon Cloud Music On iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch
Amazon has created a huge wave in the music industry by launching its new Cloud Drive service, which is affordable online storage plan like Dropbox but with a twist, — integrating its online store to provide over-the-air media access, like SugarSync, Mougg and AudioBox.
The Amazon’s Cloud Drive service is currently doesn’t support playing your Cloud music on your iPhone or iPad as it provides an MP3 icon but no play/pause button. Now, here is the guide to bypass the limitations allowing you to listen Amazon Cloud music on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Step 1. Go to the Cloud Drive interface (not the Cloud Player interface), start by navigating using the Folders presentation on the bottom left of the Cloud Drive screen.
Step 2. In the sidebar navigate to the music title you want to listen and simply check the check box next to it and tap over the “download” button. If it’s an MP3 file, Safari will stream it in its own little window, no problem.
However, the above method is not perfect as you will have to keep on trying with each song you are interested in, and it works only with MP3 files only, so no AAC.