Amazon Music Is About To Delete Your MP3 Files
If you used Amazon's cloud storage to hold your MP3 files, it's time to get a plan B. On April 30, Amazon is going to remove any uploaded MP3 files from users' libraries.
Altpress.com reports that Amazon actually announced its plan to shut down its cloud storage for music sometime last year, but now the end date is in sight. With the rise of streaming, MP3's just aren't nearly as popular as they used to be, so it makes sense that Amazon would be moving on to dedicate more energy to their music streaming app.
Still, as someone who still owns and uses an iPod Classic (it's the best thing Apple ever made, and you'll only take it away from me when you pry it from my cold, dead hands), this news is kind of a bummer. Do you have any uploads in Amazon's storage service that you'll need to find a new home for?
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