Customers buying vinyl records will get free digital copies of those albums in their Amazon Cloud Player, as part of the company's extension its new AutoRip service for CDs.
AutoRip is a nifty bit of cloud computing that scans your Amazon purchase history for CDs and lets you access them over the Internet.
When you buy an AutoRip-enabled CD, you automatically get the MP3 version for free, and those MP3 versions will be available via Amazon's Cloud Player.
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The MP3s must be purchased through the Safari Web browser but can then be downloaded or streamed via Amazon's Cloud Player app.
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