How to Sync Music on a Kindle to an iPhone

Amazon Cloud Player is available for both iOS and Android.
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Syncing the music on your Amazon Kindle to your iPhone gets all of your favorite tracks in one place so you do not have to carry two devices to listen to music. You can use Amazon Cloud Player for iPhone to stream the tunes you purchased from the Amazon MP3 store or download them to your iOS device so you can play them even when you are not connected to the Internet.

1 Saving Music to Your Amazon Cloud Player

2 Tap Music

Tap "Music" on the home screen of your Amazon Kindle and then select "Store."

3 Want to download or stream

Type the name of the song you want to download or stream in the search box and press "Search." You can also browse tunes by Genres, New Releases or Best Sellers.

4 Select the desired song

Select the desired song from the list of results and then tap the "Price" button to purchase it and save it to your Amazon Cloud Player. There is no limit on the number of songs you can save to the player.

5 Syncing Your Music to Your iPhone

6 Tap App Store

Tap "App Store" from the home screen of your iPhone to access the application store.

7 Tap the Search tab and type Amazon Cloud Player -LRB- without quotes -RRB

Tap the "Search" tab and type "Amazon Cloud Player" (without quotes) into the search bar. Select "Amazon Cloud Player" from the list of results and press "Install" to install the application on your iPhone.

8 Launch Amazon Cloud Player

Launch Amazon Cloud Player and log in to your Amazon account.

9 Browse through your Amazon Cloud playlist

Browse through your Amazon Cloud playlist and tap the name of any song to stream it. Alternatively, press the gray downward arrow near the title of a tune to download it to your iPhone so you can play it later, even when you're offline.

Based in Manchester, United Kingdom, Mircea Gabriel Suciu has been writing articles in the field of technology since 2010. He is currently pursuing a Master of Engineering degree in computer science from the University of Manchester.