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Amazon expanded its reach across Apple's music universe Thursday by enabling iOS users to purchase tunes from its MP3 store directly through the Safari Web browser. To purchase music from Amazon with an iPhone or iPod touch, users can visit the retailer's website built for the devices, browse its catalog of more than 22 million songs and complete the buy using an Amazon account. Before buying anything from the site, though, it's best to install Amazon's free Cloud Player software on your iPhone or iPod. It's available from the Apple App Store.
It ain't tunes that keeps iOS users connected to Apple. It's the apps, stupid. And it's the games, films, books.