Cloud Music Showdown: Amazon vs. Apple vs. Google [REVIEW]

It's been a huge week for digital music lockers. First Apple made iTunes Match available to U.S. customers, then Google Music launched. These two services are competing with with Amazon's Cloud Player (which is integrated with the new Kindle Fire) in a new realm of cloud music storage.
The three major contenders offer similar products with a similar mission: Allow users to buy new music and access existing libraries from multiple devices, via the cloud.
Here's how the services compare to one another in terms of ease of use, pricing, mobile accessibility, and track selection.
A disclaimer: I am a Mac owner. As a result, my desktop experiences are based around Mac OS X Lion. Windows integration may differ. For this test I used the new HTC Rezound, the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 and the Amazon Kindle Fire.

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