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The servers are already compatible with the MP3 Tunes music-locker service, which backs up locally stored music in the clouds for remote access from smartphones, PCs and game consoles.
The servers also stream music from such online services as Pandora, TuneIn Radio (RadioTime), and SiriusXM Internet Radio.
With the planned addition of Amazon Cloud Drive service, songs added to a Mirage Media Server for local storage would be automatically uploaded to the Amazon Cloud Drive. From there, consumers could synchronize the songs to any other Mirage Media Server that they own. Users can also stream or download the music to PCs and Android smartphones. Music purchased from Amazon.com will instantly be available for playback on all of a user's Mirage Media Servers from the Amazon Cloud Drive.