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Is there a web application that let Non-US people play MP3 files right off the cloud?

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SugarSync offers 5GB of storage and a web based music player;

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Google Music Beta will let you store your music in the cloud and play it from a browser.

The problem is that you need to request an invite, and only in the US.

But You can get an invite using proxy , see this link

Note: Google Music Beta is a fine proof of concept, letting you store your music in the cloud and play it from a browser, but getting all the music you want into it isn't practical yet, and some processes are slow. For now, Amazon Cloud Player is a better bet.

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  • you mean its just an IP thing? do i need a US phone number to verify or what? – Pacerier Jul 24 '11 at 13:23
  • i couldn't actually try your solution because hidemyass.com does not have cookies enabled (alike most free proxies) – Pacerier Jul 24 '11 at 13:34
  • I guess you will have to wait so Google music will be for everyone. – Binarylife Jul 28 '11 at 13:10
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Yes. One that I am aware of is through Amazon. You can upload your own content to it, too.

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  • Amazon Cloud Player for US only... z – Pacerier Jul 24 '11 at 13:35
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    @Pacerier Ok. Perhaps you should edit your question to specify this limitation. – jonsca Jul 24 '11 at 14:24

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