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Tune Wars: Apple Removes Third-Party Amazon Music App

Apple has quietly pulled a third-party app that allowed users to stream music from their Amazon Cloud Drive. aMusic, which arrived in the App Store last month, is no longer available for download in the App Store. Meanwhile, the company is said to be unhappy with a Google Music-inspired app as well.

Bryan M. Wolfe

gMusic - A New, Native Google Music Client For iPhone

Google's Music Beta service, which allows users to upload tracks to the cloud and stream them on a desktop computer or mobile device, can only be accessed by iOS users via a Web app. While Google hasn't released an official iOS app yet, gMusic - a recently released iPhone app - allows users to access the service from within a native application.

Joe White