Amazon just announced that its MP3 store is now optimized for iOS devices.
So, for the first time, folks can purchase music from Amazon’s catalog of over 22 million songs directly with an iPhone or iPod touch using the mobile Safari browser. The web app store, located at www.amazon.com/mp3, is designed with HTML5, and it offers everything from recommendations and discounted $5 albums to 69-cent songs and more.
Apple has a policy where it takes 30 percent of all in-app sales, so Amazon cannot sell songs directly from its Cloud Player app. Amazon customers must therefore use Safari to make purchases, and then use the Cloud player to download and stream music separately.
Check out the press release below for more information.