Amazon Music is a streaming music service similar to Spotify or Apple Music. It allows you to listen to a library of over 2 million songs and more than 200 playlists, as well as create your own custom playlists. Amazon Music is available in the Amazon Music app or you can listen at the website at https://music.amazon.com. There are a number of Amazon Music plans with different prices to choose from, including Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon Music HD and the Amazon Music Family Plan.
There's a variety of curated music stations to find new music as well as connect to music you already love. Amazon Music also has charts to show you the most-listened to songs, and unlimited skips in playback and offline playback for when you’re off the grid. If you're an Amazon Prime member, then you already have access to all of this through Amazon Music Prime.
Devices That Work With Amazon Music
The Amazon Music app is a free download and works with most phones and tablets, like the iPhone, iPad, Android devices and Windows Mobile. If you're on your computer you can access it via the Amazon Music web player at https://music.amazon.com. It's an always-on streaming music platform that you can use at any time of the day and a great way to get an all-in-one place to listen to music. It pairs well with all of the Amazon ecosystem (naturally) such as: Alexa, Dot, Fire TV and the Fire Tablet.
There are a number of different options, plans and prices for you to use Amazon music, learn more at the links below:
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How Do Amazon Music Playlists Work?
There’s two kinds of playlists: custom playlists that you create, and ready-to-go playlists for working out, working, cooking, gaming, running errands, dinner parties or even just to relax and chill out after a long day or on a lazy weekend.
Playlists can be created in the app under the “My Music” section by hitting the “Playlist” tab and then hitting the “Create New Playlist” option. In the browser, look under the left-hand navigation area under “My Playlists” and click on the “+ Create Playlist” button. Also check out the best Amazon Music playlists in 2020 to see what's current.
How Can I Find Artists, Albums and Songs In Amazon Music?
The search function makes it easy to find music by artist, song, album or playlist. You can find it in the Amazon Music app at the bottom of the screen with a magnifying glass icon that’s labeled “Find.” In the browser, the search bar is located at the top next to the Amazon logo. There's also a featured music section with suggestions for you based on what you like and your listening history, as well as selections that Amazon Music is promoting.
Amazon Music for Artists App For iOS & Android
Amazon Music created an Amazon Music For Artists app for musicians to see valuable data on who's listening to their music. It's available for iOS & Android users, and it has data on who's playing their music and how much it's being played. There's also Alexa trends, geographic insights on where listeners are and playlist adds.
How Much Does Amazon Music Cost?
Amazon Prime Music users will already have a membership if they're Amazon Prime members. If you want to upgrade to better sounding music there’s options like Amazon Music Unlimited or an Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan for individual access for family members, but billed under one account for convenience. Check out the different options below.
Amazon Music Prime
Amazon Music Prime has on demand & ad-free access for more than 2 million songs through the Amazon Music service. There’s no added fee for Prime members, so if you already have Prime, you can use this today.
Amazon Music HD
Amazon Music HD is a level above Amazon Music Unlimited for anyone with a sharp ear for deep fidelity. It has more than double the bit rate of standard streaming services which means incredible sounding audio, even a good home stereo system.
Price: $14.99 monthly ($12.99 for Prime members)
Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan
The Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan is the standard option and compares to Spotify and Apple Music. You can play anything in a 50 million song library on demand with no ads, and can download music for offline listening.
Price: Family Plan is $15 monthly
Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan
Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan is the standard option and compares to Spotify and Apple Music. You can play anything in a 50 million song library on demand with no ads, and can download music for offline listening.
Price: Individual Plan is $8 monthly
Amazon Music Unlimited Single Device Plan
Amazon Music Unlimited Single Device Plan is the standard option and compares to Spotify and Apple Music. You can play anything in a 50 million song library on demand with no ads, and can download music for offline listening.
Price: Single-device Plan is $4 monthly
Amazon Music Unlimited Student Plan
Amazon Music Unlimited Student Plan is the standard option and compares to Spotify and Apple Music. You can play anything in a 50 million song library on demand with no ads, and can download music for offline listening.
Price: Student Plan is $1 monthly
Amazon Music (Ad Sponsored)
Amazon Music is a free, ad supported version that includes top playlists & music stations. This is for anyone who does not have an Amazon Prime membership and has not purchased an upgrade plan.
You have a lot of great options for Amazon Music plans and prices, including Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon Music HD, Amazon Music Family Plan, Amazon Music HD and more. No matter what you choose, you'll get a streaming music service that lets you to listen to more than 2 million songs and more than 200 playlists as well as create your own custom playlists. It works with most phones and tablets, like the iPhone, iPad, Android devices and Windows Mobile.