Apple iPhone owners can now download and listen to songs from the Amazon MP3 Store, thanks to the optimisation of its mobile site.
Users are usually restricted to iTunes when it comes to acquiring new music, but consumers will now have access to more than 22 million tracks through the retail giant's virtual shop.
Those wishing to take advantage should use the Safari browser to access the new online marketplace and make a purchase.
By then downloading the Amazon Cloud Player tool for free from the App Store, iPhone owners can access and play their tunes.
Android device owners can download a dedicated Amazon MP3 app for free and easily shop or listen to their favourite artists.
Gadget lovers can keep up-to-date with the latest releases by checking out the charts or signing up for the weekly newsletter.
Users can also download tracks without handing over a penny by accessing the Free Music section or getting the Track of the Week.
Posted by Peter Robinson