TuneCloud is the latest cloud music service to launch, and promises users that they’ll be able to “Store your music in the cloud, stream from anywhere”. The service is in private beta, but its Facebook page gives more details. It will let people store their music in the cloud, and stream it to any computer with a browser, as well as mobile devices. There will be playlist and shuffle features, and something called a ‘TuneStorm’ – which is when two or more users both log in to their libraries and combine them for a shuffle. It’s unclear whether any licensing deals are in place.

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