When Amazon’s cloud locker and player services launched earlier this year, they didn’t work on iPhones, iPod touches or iPads. Now they do, despite a warning page telling users that they don’t. TechCrunch discovered that if the warning is ignored, “Click into the music in your drive and it will begin playing. It works flawlessly — even to the point where if you get a Push Notification or incoming call, the music will be paused”. Naturally, users cannot upload songs from their iOS device due to the Amazon service’s Flash-based uploader. Even so, it’s a sign that the cloud music battle may be as much about mobile web access as it is native apps.

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