In the much ado about nothing digital music category Amazon announced its MP3 App for iPhone. The Music of Our Heart says, “Don’t Bother” with this waste of technology.
There is no Amazon MP3 iPhone App. When the magician says, “Nothing up my sleeve, presto”. No Amazon Mp3 App Rabbit in the magician’s hand. Just this Amazon image on their Web site (Funny it has two different colored ears like a rabbit…)
It’s like that Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon segment when Bullwinkle says, ” No Doubt About It, I Gotta Get Another Hat”.
But if the magician’s pretty assistant takes away the Apple magician hat and hands the magician the Android magician hat.
“Voila we have an Android Amazon Mp3 Play and Purchase App” Can you say Apple proprietary, I knew that you could 😉
Trust me, the Apple App Store Search will point you to the Amazon Cloud Player App (Huh?) when you choose “amazon mp3” or “amazon mp3 player”, slap your face like Curly Joe in the Three Stooges because that App isn’t the Amazon MP3 Store App.
The sleight of hand or better yet, the Amazon HTML5 Apple iPhone workaround (and that’s ALL it is…) is as follows:
You can explore and buy new music from your Apple iPhone Safari App by visiting amazon.com/mp3 on your iPhone or iPod touch device. Then you mark the Amazon MP3 Web page as a Safari favorite so you can recall this task.
It’s a huge “Non-Whoop” to be able to buy inferior MP3s directly from my iPhone. I was never clamoring for this from Amazon, were you?
Stifling a second yawn here, I am just not interested in an HTML5 Amazon MP3 purchase option?
Thank you Amazon for one more major reason to wait for Neil Young’s PONO High Resolution Audio solution.
Don’t want my MP3, Sing it loud with Neil Young and I.
Amazon, everyone knows MP3 is nowhere