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And you can. I have it running on a number of Windows platforms. As long as your laptop is running a supported operating system it will work. You can authorize up to ten devices to install it one and download to or play from, and if you exceed that number you have to deauthorize one of the devices (laptops, PCs, phones, etc.)
Oct 21, 2013 by Mike Tarrani
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I think it is because you don't need an app on the Kindle to listen to your music. Just go to 'music' and it's all there. Instead download this on your computer to listen to your music from Amazon and other music you've loaded into the Amazon cloud.
Jun 20, 2014 by J V
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If you are using it to download music or play music you've stored in the cloud you will need an internet connection. If you are simply using it as a media player I believe you can use it without an internet connection. To be honest I've found it to be rather bulky and kind've clumsy so I've only used it to download music and then uninstalled the app
Jun 9, 2014 by Bill Was
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Yes, I have it downloaded to my Laptop and my Smart Phone. It works pretty good. The only issue I have with the Cloud Player is Album Art. It doesn't show Album Art for all music, even when the Album Art is available.
Jan 12, 2014 by Oldfatman51
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The non-subscription version of Amazon's cloud player allows for the storage of a maximum 250 tracks. The paid version allows for up to 250,000 tracks to be stored, for £21.99 per annum. I believe you need an Amazon account to use the free version, & it comes as an automatic extra if you purchase & register a Kindle HD tablet. A nice touch is that if the tracks you are uploading are in the Amazon catalogue at a higher bit rate, they upgrade those tracks at no cost to the customer. The music can be accessed on up to 10 devices. I have around 480 GBs of music, and to store that as data on a hosting site (for back-up purposes) would cost as much per month as the cloud player does a year )
Dec 4, 2013 by quietasamouse
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Yes. Either to Windows media or ITunes. Your choice.
Dec 15, 2014 by Hookem2k
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First if your playlist is mp3 make sure your car will play them. Second what I did was download my list onto my laptop then transfered them to CD's. it may take sometime depending on how many songs you want to download. Cloud should help you step by step to download and your computer music program should offer step by step help to put them on your thumb drive. Hope this helps if you still need help try to find a local computer place to help.
Jun 26, 2014 by L. Nichols
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Cloud on my TV Jan 16, 2015
You must have a smart TV to download the Amazon app I have a Samsung smart TV which can connect to the internet.
Jan 16, 2015 by Shurwyn
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I don't think so, but amazon is working on a music app for window phoned. I have a fire phone and I just LOVE it!! you can call amazon and ask them about it. Hope this helps.
9 days ago by Marcie R. Kelly
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Check the Itunes website... I was able to download from Google play for my smart phone.
14 days ago by Stephen Heerboth
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