Apple is readying their Cloud Music Storage for launch

Reuters has reported that Apple is ready to launch their Cloud Music Storage, possibly utilizing one of their new datacenters.  Details are still scarce, but reports are showing that Apple will launch it’s service ahead of Googles Cloud Storage, which is being reported as stalled at the moment.  According to the report, the service will let users store their music and only music, on Apple’s servers and then access it on any device with an internet connection.  No further details about how much each user will get and how much it will cost users.  Hopefully they keep some free, possibly adding more space with a monthly fee.  Time will tell, and that time should be soon.

[via engadget]

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