What is Amazon Cloud Drive?

Definition of Amazon Cloud Drive

The company Amazon, in order to provide its subscribers with the ability to store their data online, created Amazon Cloud Drive. Users can access their music files, upload videos, photos and documents from devices connected to the Internet etc.

Brief Explanation of Amazon Cloud Drive

Aside from providing cloud storage facilities, Amazon Cloud Drive allows users to stream music to any device, such as a mobile phone, tablet PC, computer etc. Users are provided with 5 GB worth of free cloud storage and from there they can expand the available storage by purchasing paid plans. These plans enable storage up to 20 GB, 50 GB, 100 GB, 200 GB, 500 GB and 1 TB of space within Amazon cloud storage. Music files that are downloaded directly from Amazon’s MP3 online store are automatically uploaded to the user’s Amazon Cloud Drive without taking up any storage space allocated to the user.

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