CNET has received a received word from an music industry insider, stating that Apple’s rumored to be forthcoming music streaming service, will be better than Google’s just-announced Music beta, or Amazon’s cloud drive. No specific details were given, but the source did say Apple’s service will have a similar set of options as Google or […]
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Industry Insider Suggests Apple’s Music Service Will Best Google and Amazon’s

CloudComputing-150x150.jpgCNET has received a received word from an music industry insider, stating that Apple’s rumored to be forthcoming music streaming service, will be better than Google’s just-announced Music beta, or Amazon’s cloud drive. No specific details were given, but the source did say Apple’s service will have a similar set of options as Google or Amazon’s services.

As has been reported on before here at iSource, Apple is looking to set up a music streaming service wherein user’s upload (or as they buy from iTunes a copy is saved) on the cloud, and users can then stream the music down to any internet-connected device. Unlike Amazon or Google, Apple is reportedly seeking out licensing deals with the four major music labels. This will give Apple greater flexibility in implementing the feature, than Google or Amazon.

Reports like this are highly subjective, but do seem to confirm what we’ve been hearing. Apple is indeed working on such a service, and it will, at least from a user-friendliness standpoint, be better than the competing services.

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