JB Hi-Fi teases cloud music service: photos

JB Hi-Fi teases cloud music service: photos

Summary: JB Hi-Fi recently announced plans to open a cloud music store, and now a new video has landed teasing the Australian-listening public longing for a local cloud music platform. Take a look at our sneak peek of the design and pricing.

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TOPICS: Cloud, E-Commerce
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  • (Screenshot by Luke Hopewell/ZDNet Australia)

    The opening title of the video shows JB's yellow logo for the music service, which CEO Terry Smart said will be able to stream music to anyone, anywhere, on any platform, so long as they're in Australia.

  • (Screenshot by Luke Hopewell/ZDNet Australia)

    The landing page boasts a search function, featured artists, chart listings and has a now playing bar in the bottom of the page. From the brief video teaser, it appears that users can play albums just by clicking on the album cover.

    At a cursory glance, the service appears to have taken several design cues from the now infamous free music service, Grooveshark.

Topics: Cloud, E-Commerce

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