Best Buy this morning officially rolled out its Music Cloud service available on Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices. It aims to make storing your music simple, allowing access on all these devices from just a single upload.
The basic "lite" package allows web streaming, along with 30 seconds of each song from your mobile device, but for $3.99 a month you can upgrade to the premium package which will give you all of your music on the go (no limit announced yet) along with thousands of web radio stations.
For just shy of $50 / year the Best Buy Music Cloud appears to fall in line with other services, especially if there is no upload cap. Be sure to check it out, and let us know how it compares to the others, like Amazon Cloud Player and Google Music for you.
Source: Best Buy Music Cloud
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