Another Linux user here sounding off at a large multinational who would like a little more support.
A Linux users money is as good as anyone else's. You have apps for Windows and Mac. Now if you got a mac app it isnt that much work to port it over to Linux. Also, as an Ubuntu user it would great to have an Amazon mp3 player app which streams my cloud music from the integrated Unity task bar. Seems silly to have to keep open a memory hogging web browser just to stream some HTML5 audio. I cant believe there is that little love for Linux considering Canonical and Amazon have an advertising tie in deal for desktop searches. Then on top of it all, you can do this through an Android App and on Kindle, both Linux based...
Just make us a nice neat little Mp3 streamer/downloader/uploader. Pleeeeeeeeeease :-)
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