With Amazon Cloud Player, you can play or download your Cloud Player music collection on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad when you sign in with the same Amazon account and password you use for Cloud Player on the web.
If you're new to Cloud Player, you can get started by playing music that is already stored on your device. Or, you can shop the Amazon MP3 Store, or import your own music using Cloud Player on the web, to store your music in the cloud.
Your Device library contains the music you've downloaded from Cloud Player, as well as the iTunes music you have stored on your device. If you update a playlist in your iTunes library, your playlist will have to be re-imported using the app Settings (gear icon on the upper-right) before your changes are reflected.
- You can reveal more options (such as downloading, deleting, or adding to playlist) for any playlist, artist, album, song, or genre in Cloud Player by swiping sideways on any row in your library.
- You can view and play your iTunes music (either side-loaded to your iOS device via USB cable or downloaded from iTunes or iCloud) from your device library by going to the "Device" tab in the Amazon MP3 app for iOS.
- Amazon MP3 file metadata may contain unique purchase identifiers. For more information, go to
Record Company Required Metadata.