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How to Transfer Your Music from to Amazon Cloud to iPhone

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This is a great time to be a music lover. With the brand new technology and gadgets innovation, now we can do anything with our files and music. If you compare your present technology with past technical tools, then you will see from where we have actually started. Think of the time we had to buy music in cassettes and how bulky it would get if you owned just a few hundreds of music tapes excluding the cost which you have to pay for getting these bulky music cassettes.

But today, you have an open access to millions of music files to access anytime and from any location. You can stock your favorite music in the cloud, regardless of space, fire, loss and other inconveniences such as carrying music while travelling. These clouds are effective means to store your favorite music. One such example is amazon cloud player. Other cloud platforms include iTunes, iCloud, and Google Music.

Another benefit is the storage of music in a cloud without fearing of its damage and loss. You are no more afraid of your computer crash, just because you have saved everything in a cloud that can be accessed anytime using an iPhone.

Transferring your music to amazon cloud and then to your iphone is easy. It basically does the same thing other cloud players do. The process is simple. Check below easy steps to transfer your music to Iphone.

  1. First, you need a cloud player that you can get from cloud player websites. Download it and install it on your computers.

  2. You also need to download the uploader which you will install as well.

  1. Using the uploader, you can upload your non-DRM iTune files or music from your hard drive into Amazon’s Cloud Player by clicking “Upload to Your Cloud Drive” button.

  1. You can change the settings of your cloud player to automatically downloading option. It will download the music you have bought from Amazon’s mp3 store. You are generally assigned with a space of 5GB to download thousands of songs.

  1. The songs you buy from Amazon will also be uploaded to your iTunes using the uploader, and you can do this whenever you want to upload your music using the uploader.

Not only this but amazon has much more to offer for its users. Amazon stock market has a record breaking values of “Earning growth” last year. It was +919.31% last year and in the coming year added to that if you have a  Deposit accounts and get high interest rates then they can combine well with trade market to benefit your annual growth earnings.


The iPhone normally has an app called Amazon mp3 player or amazon cloud player. you can get it from apple app store and use it to access your music. the same works for iPod or iPad.

Also, the great fact is the music downloading option to any of your mobile device without syncing the data. The process outlined above is straightforward. You can start listening to your favorite songs once you are done with downloading cloud player and uploader.

How Can New Technology Revolutionize Learning?

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Not too long ago, the mere idea of a computer within a school was criticized by many. But since the very first desktop computer made its way into an educational institution, the idea of using technology to assist learning has developed into a full-blown revolution.

Old-fashioned views on it ‘never catching on’ are long since dead and buried, and schools and colleges are now embracing the fresh possibilities that technology presents every single day. iPads in the classroom are currently extremely in vogue, prompting eagerness and enthusiasm among students who may have been feeling uninspired by old-fashioned text books.

But it’s not all about the tablet: there are other exciting projects already underway that signal the start of an even more exciting era in technology-assisted learning.

School in the cloud

A professor at Newcastle University, Sugata Mitra, has conceived the idea of a ‘school in the cloud’. His innovative idea won him this year’s million-dollar TED prize, and is built around enquiry-based learning.

The idea will be tested in a physical building in India, where cloud-based self-directed learning will be developed and made available to young people in the most remote areas of the country.

With an online moderator present to oversee activity, students will be able to log in and organise their learning independently. The idea is to spark their curiosity, ask the right questions and then allow them to find their own way to the answers.

It’s an idea that was born from Dr Mitra’s own ‘hole in the wall’ computer experiment. He installed a computer within a wall, behind a plastic shield in a New Delhi slum. He fully expected it to have been trashed by the time he returned, but instead he came back eight hours later to find these young, disadvantaged children browsing the internet. What’s more, they were reading pages in English:  a language they couldn’t even speak.

Dr Mitra’s technological experiments and ideas are truly ground-breaking, and they bring a wealth of opportunity to children for whom access to a physical classroom just isn’t a possibility.


After OFSTED reports across 167 schools showed that a worrying number of 14-16 year olds had woeful IT skills (Source:, teaching establishments across the country were forced to reassess their ICT teaching programmes.

One institution, the independently-run boys’ City of London School, has since embraced the idea of Bring Your Own Device, setting up a sophisticated wireless network that connects their older students, teachers and any visitors who link up to the network.

Whether the device is personally owned or part of school property, learners can join securely without compromising the network’s security.

Joe Matthews, the assistant IT manager, joined the school almost a decade ago, where the technological offerings of the school were limited to say the least. “We had limited access points from day one when I first came in but they didn’t perform well,” he said. “They were just not up to scratch for 20 or so boys to log on simultaneously back in 2003.” (Source:

So the IT team at the school decided to test drive a new initiative, and use the more mature students to pioneer the idea. Using Xirrus access points and network access control to reduce the amount of support the team would have to deliver, they created a seamless solution that provided coverage to almost 100% of the school’s premises, without the need for constant assistance.

Since the network was set up in early 2012, the success of the project has been so noticeable that the school is now looking at spreading it across all grades at the school, even making it appropriately available to younger learners.

Endless possibilities

This is just a couple of the initiatives currently being brewed in a bid to boost the amount of technology employed in learning.

It’s certainly encouraging to see that traditional learning establishments are initiating new technological ideas and that fresh thinking is being brought to even the most disadvantaged corners of the world.

It’s further proof (if it were needed) that technology has the capacity to spark fresh enthusiasm for learning in students of all ages, capabilities and backgrounds.

Written by James Sheehan, a technology blogger interested in the use of technology in education.

Yahoo!’s Mojito is an Open Source Javascript Framework for Web Developers

Yahoo!’s Mojito is an Open Source Javascript Framework for Web Developers who want to make web and mobile apps that can be either server-side or completely client-side and still functional.
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