SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(NASDAQ: AMZN) – Amazon.com, Inc. today announced a Cloud Player application for Samsung Smart TVs. The new app gives Cloud Player customers access to their entire music library in the cloud, making it even easier to enjoy their music anywhere they are. The app is available on 2012 Samsung Smart TVs in the United States. For more information visit www.amazon.com/samsungmusic.
The Amazon Cloud Player app, which can be found in the Samsung Smart Hub, provides customers with the ability to browse, search or playback music from their library directly on their TVs. Cloud Player is already available on Mac, PC, Kindle Fire, Sonos Music Players, Android mobile devices, iPhone, iPod Touch and Roku.
"We want to give customers the choice to enjoy music anywhere they are, whether that is on the go with a mobile device, or in the comfort of their own living room," said Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Digital Music. "We think that customers will love how easy it is to enjoy their music from Amazon Cloud Player directly on their Samsung TV, and we will continue to add even more Cloud Player compatible devices to the list in the future."
"We think our customers are going to love having access to Amazon Cloud Player through their Samsung TVs. Music is one of the most popular apps on our TVs today," said Eric Anderson, Vice President of Content and Product Solutions, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. "Customers typically have the best speakers in the home connected to the TV, delivering the very best sound experience."
Getting the Amazon Cloud Player app on a Samsung TV is easy. For more information on how to start listening to Cloud Player on Samsung Smart Hub, visitwww.amazon.com/samsungmusic.
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