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Amazon Music app comes to the Microsoft Store

By Ng Chong Seng - on 15 Feb 2018, 8:00am

Amazon Music app comes to the Microsoft Store

(Image source: Microsoft Store.)

First spotted by The WinDuck, the official Amazon Music app is now on the Microsoft Store.

Like Spotify and WhatsApp, this Amazon Music desktop app is built with Microsoft’s Desktop App Bridge tool, and isn’t a true UWP (Universal Windows Platform) app.

Still, if you’ve an Amazon Prime subscription, you can start streaming over 2 million songs through this app on Windows 10. To listen to Amazon’s full catalog with “tens of millions of songs” however, you need an Amazon Music Unlimited plan.

On a related note, Apple is supposedly bringing iTunes to the Microsoft Store sometime this year as well.

Source: Microsoft Store (via The WinDuck).

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