If you are a member of Amazon Prime, the price to subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited is going up by $1, from $8.99 to $9.99 a month for new customers immediately, and in September for current ones.
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Amazon regularly discounts its own services such as Prime, Audible and Kindle Unlimited, with Prime you can even get Grubhub+ for free and at no obligation. We've listed some great offers for you.
For a limited time, Amazon Prime members can enjoy three free months of Audible Premium and Kindle Unlimited, as well as four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited. Read on for more information.
When Spotify announced HiFi back in 2021, its main competitor was Tidal, which charged a premium for lossless audio. However, the situation has changed since then, likely contributing to HiFi's delay.
Amazon announced four new features for Prime members using Amazon Music. These include access to 100 million songs from the music catalog for free, personalized playlists, ad-free podcasts, and more.
Amazon is adding auto-generated synchronized transcripts for podcasts on the Amazon Music app on both iOS and Android apps. Users can also navigate through a podcast by scrolling up and down.
While Amazon usually offers free months for its own services, this time you can claim Disney+ for half a year and it won't cost you anything if you purchase a Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.
Amazon Music has received a new feature in the U.S. called DJ Mode which plays certain stations with added commentary to make the content feel more vibrant like actual DJ-hosted radio.
With Apple announcing support for spatial audio and lossless quality for its service, Amazon has stepped up to the challenge by making its lossless audio tier available to all Amazon Music users.
In the US and UK you can "try before you buy" Amazon Music Unlimited or HD subscriptions free for three months. If you're not satisfied, you can always cancel before the billing period starts.
Amazon is adding a new experience to the Amazon Music app, allowing users to buy merchandise from their favorite artists directly in the app. Many of the items also include free shipping with Prime.
Amazon currently has a promotion where you can get Amazon Music HD completely free for three months, that's UHD 24-bit audio, with sample rates of up to 192kHz listening enjoyment, for free.
Amazon currently has a promotion where you can get Amazon Music Unlimited completely free for three months, or for six months if you buy an Echo Dot for £19.99 (3rd gen) or £29.99 (4th gen).
In order to set itself up to compete against Spotify and others in the podcasting sphere, Amazon is acquiring Wondery, a top-rated podcast creator well-known for true crime podcasts like Dirty John.
Today, Amazon announced that it's bringing podcasts to its Music service across all tiers, and it's doing so with no additional cost. It's also going to be producing new original content.
The Amazon Music app is coming to LG smart TVs. Latest 2020 OLED and NanoCell models from last year will get the support for the application, along with Smart TVs launched way back in 2016.
Amazon has announced that it's bringing together two of its biggest services, Twitch and Amazon Music, to give artists and fans a way to connect through live experiences in the Amazon Music app.
Online music streaming subscriptions spiked 35% year-on-year globally in the first quarter of 2020. Spotify continued to lead the charts with a market share of 30% in revenue terms.
Amazon today announced that it's bringing its free, ad-supported Music tier, which was previously exclusive to Echo devices, to iOS, Android, and Fire TV, but only in the U.S., UK, and Germany.
Today, Amazon announced that its Music app is now available for Apple TV, including the fourth-generation and the 4K model, from the App Store. It's available in 13 different countries.
Amazon has announced a new tier for its music subscription service, Amazon Music HD. It promises millions of tracks at HD and Ultra HD quality, starting at $12.99 per month for Prime members.
The Recording Industry Association of America has published a new report which shows that there are now more than 60 million paid subscriptions for online music streaming services.
Amazon Music is now available on select Garmin smartwatches, with more than two million songs now up for grabs for Amazon Prime subscribers and over 50 million titles for Amazon Music Unlimited users.
Prime Student customers in the United States can now add Amazon Music Unlimited to their bill for just $0.99 per month. That's a saving of over $7 per month compared to the original price.
As previously reported, Amazon has now launched the free tier of its music streaming service exclusively for Alexa-enabled devices. There are some limitations, though, as well as ads.
Reports suggest that Amazon might be planning to launch an ad-supported free tier music service as part of its streaming business. The tier is said to be introduced as soon as sometime this week.
Spotify is reportedly planning to enter the Indian music streaming market sometime in the first quarter of next year. The company will offer extended free trials to lure customers into subscribing.
Two years after its maiden launch in the U.S., Amazon Music Unlimited is now available in Canada for both Prime and non-Prime members. It includes millions of songs and thousands of playlists.
Amazon has updated the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android bringing hands-free listening with Alexa. It's available for Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music users in a handful of countries.
Amazon has finally launched its music streaming service in India for all Prime subscribers, expanding the availability of the service which was initially available only for Echo users in that country.
Amazon Music is coming to the Microsoft Store, as the listing showed up on Windows 10 devices today. The app is rolling out, and isn't available in all regions just yet, but it's coming soon.
Amazon has launched Amazon Music Unlimited in Australia and New Zealand. There are three subscription tiers available and the company is currently running a 90-day trial of the service.
A new court ruling means that songwriters will now be entitled to 15% of music revenue via streaming services, this is up from 10%. The decision could hurt Spotify as it already loses money.
Amazon quietly updated its Help and Customer Service page for its Music storage subscriptions to show that it will be retiring the service. New subscriptions won't be accepted after January 15.
Amazon has added it's Alexa voice assistant to it's mobile Amazon Music app. The assistant can understand a series of flexible commands which users can say to find any music they want to listen to.