Amazon Music Adds Million-Song Library for Prime Users

by: Joseph On  Thursday, June 12, 2014

Amazon Prime Music (Photo by Uncrate)

The Amazon Music app has been around for a long time now, but the developers of the app have added a new feature that practically makes it a completely different animal. Users that are also subscribers to the site’s Amazon Prime service will now have access to a library made up of over a million songs.

The Amazon Music app is free as it’s always been, but a Prime subscriptions costs $99. This is a new perk to Prime membership, so if you’re a regular Amazon user, this is just another reason to look into going Prime. Access to the library is free of ads, and is billed as “unlimited,” with pre-loaded playlists and songs that are generally at least six months old (not a ton of new releases, in other words).

There doesn’t appear to be any plans to expand Amazon Prime Music to non-Prime subscribers, so hit up Amazon.com here to subscribe. And the Amazon Music app can be found on iTunes here.





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