Roughly a week after Amazon debuted its Cloud Drive/Cloud Player streaming music service, a new Android cloud music app has apparently leaked out, for all the world to see. The app, which is currently making the bloggy rounds, was acquired through a developer version of the Android Market. Engadget has a quick preview of the app, Android Music 3.0, noting that it doesn’t look all that different from past versions, save for added steaming features. The Market itself, interestingly, has also been updated a bit, featuring some minor excitement like new clock and camera apps. Interesting too that all of this comes as Google pulls Grooveshark from the Android Market, citing a violation of terms.