According to the CNET resource, Amazon is currently going to conclude licensing agreements with four leading music companies to launch his own service by analogy with iTunes Match. This will allow the software to compare the user music base with available compositions in the Amazon library, and all the coincided with immediately will be available online, without the need for preliminary download.
Amazon, according to CNET, has already managed to conclude transactions with Universal Music Group, EMI and Sony, and negotiations with Warner are at the last stage. Apple is currently the only leading cloud musical provider with similar offers (worth $ 25 per year). Used Google Music and Amazon, instead, are forced to spend time loading the entire collection into a cloud. If Amazon manages to achieve such an agreement, it will be able to increase its competitiveness in this area.
- News.CNET.com, Theverge.com