Since the time Apple acquired Lala last year, we have been talking of an impending launch of a cloud-based iTunes. While iPhone users continue to wait for the day when the physical storage space on their device would become irrelevant, Android users can already start enjoying the functionality.
This is thanks to a new Android application called HomePipe. The app lets Android users stream music directly from their iTunes on to their smartphone either over 3G or Wi-Fi. The ad-supported version of the application is free while an alternative paid-version costing $2.99 will make the app ad-free.
Of course, if you do not have an unlimited data plan, you might have to rethink your purchase. Others can go ahead and enjoy.[via Phandroid]