Amazon’s Cloud Player has officially launched an iPad app and to sway prospective customers in their favor, Amazon has made some drastic changes to their tiered Cloud Drive. Most notably, the retailer is now offering unlimited storage for music.

The free, introductory 5GB storage plan still only allows up to 1,000 songs, but any of the paid plans—now starting at $20 annually for 20GB instead of the original price of $24.99—only counts photos and videos towards their storage limits. Any music uploaded to the Cloud Drive, whether purchased from Amazon’s MP3 store or not, no longer takes up any storage space.

[via Engadget]