Amazon today announced that it is launching a standalone desktop app for its Cloud Player cloud music service that was previously only available through a web app and mobile apps. The desktop app brings offline support and, like the service on other platforms, will offer its usual unlimited storage of songs purchased through Amazon plus 250 imported songs for free. Unfortunately, today’s roll out only includes an app for PC with Amazon promising Mac users “we’re working on a version just for you.”
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Amazon just last week launched a new Cloud Drive Photos app for iPhone, while the company already has a Cloud Drive app for Mac and a Cloud Player iOS app for iPhone and iPad that earlier this month rolled out support for Ford’s SYNC AppLink platform.