If you are looking for Amazon MP3-Downloader, you have come to the right place. We explain what Amazon MP3-Downloader is and point you to the official download.
What is Amazon MP3-Downloader?
Amazon MP3-Downloader is software that enables the user to download MP3 music from the Amazon MP3 Store. The software is generally needed for downloading full albums from the Amazon store. It is not essential for purchasing and downloading individual tracks, hence; installation of the software is optional.
The software was originally written to be compatible with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux OS platforms; but to date, Amazon MP3-Downloader is no longer being offered by Amazon for Linux users; as a consequence, Linux users may have to download their MP3 music on a per track basis, unless they have other alternatives available.
Users can download their music and store their songs directly into a folder on their computers, or they can store these in the Amazon Cloud Drive, which is a storage space provided to clients that give them an initial allotted space of 5 GB on the Web. Additional storage space can be bought.
Amazon MP3-Downloader automatically adjusts to your computer’s default online browser so you do not have to configure any setting before you can make it work.
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File types supported by Amazon MP3-Downloader
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About file types supported by Amazon MP3-Downloader
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Last updated: : February 19, 2013