Amazon Announces Their Latest Perk for Prime Members: Music Streaming

Amazon Announces Their Latest Perk for Prime Members: Music Streaming

The tens of millions of Amazon Prime members just got another exclusive benefit – unlimited ad-free access to over a million songs at no additional cost. Dubbed Prime Music, Amazon says the service offers access to tens of thousands of albums from top artists like Daft Punk, P!nk, Bruno Mars, Blake Shelton, The Lumineers, Bruce Springsteen and Madonna, and that more music is being added “all the time”.

Pick and choose what you want to listen to, or select from hundreds of expert-programmed playlists. Otherwise, discover new artistes based on Amazon’s personalized recommendations. From Grammy winners to breakout indie singers, the idea is that you can now easily add tracks from Amazon’s collection to your own. Download the tracks to your smart device for offline listening without the need for a steady internet connection and enjoy an ad-free listening experience with unlimited skips and repeat plays.

Prime Music is available on Kindle Fire HD/HDX, iOS, Android, PC, Mac and any Web browser. Prime members in the U.S. can start listening to Prime Music today at Kindle Fire HD/HDX devices will get Prime Music in an automatic, over-the-air update, and customers can also download the latest Amazon Music app in the Android and iOS app stores. Eligible customers who are not already Prime members can try Prime Music with a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime by visiting

For a full list of the artists and playlists already available, visit the Amazon Prime Music page.

Source: Amazon

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