When you pay Amazon some money for a Kindle eBook, you probably think it’s yours now. I mean, you paid some money, you got some content, and now you have it, just like any other book you buy on a brick-and-mortar store. Well, that’s wrong. Actually, you didn’t buy anything, and you don’t own that book you just paid for.
Amazon just released a way for iPhone and iPod touch users to browse and purchase MP3 songs and albums directly from its store. iOS users will need to navigate to the MP3 store on their device using this URL: amazon.com/MP3. The URL can be saved as an “app” to the homepage of devices.
If you are looking for another quick way to offload and back up photos on your Android, Amazon recently released an update to its Cloud Drive Photos app (released last November), which automatically saves photos on your phone to the Cloud, and in turn makes them available for viewing and download on supporting Android devices. The update is similar to the automatic upload functionality found in Google’s Google+ and Dropbox apps.
I’m such a big fan of Amazon, and if you’re someone who shops online then you have almost no choice but to be. You can get anything and everything on Amazon. It’s trusted and reliable. It should be the first thing that comes to your mind when you turn to the internet to purchase something. Another thing that Amazon does quite well is offer some really great deals.