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.
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 announced today that users of its Alexa-powered smart speakers can now group the devices together to play music from multiple sources at once, rather than from a single speaker.
HTC announced today that it will be offering three months of Amazon Music Unlimited with the purchase of a U11 handset from htc.com or Amazon.com. The promo runs until the end of September.
Users of Amazon's Music services and Alexa-enabled devices will now be able to use 'activities', or the ability to play music that's based on what you're doing at that particular moment.
As was promised when the company first launched the service, family plans are now available for Amazon's Music Unlimited. It will cost $14.99 per month or $149 per year for up to six people.
Amazon Music Unlimited has launched in the UK just a month after the US debut. Regular prices start at £7.99/month. Amazon Echo owners can also pay as little as £3.99/month for use on the device.
Amazon today announced Music Unlimited, a new streaming service that will be offered in addition to the company's Prime Music, and will offer a much larger selection of music as well.
Sony announced a rebranding of its online entertainment divisions which will now all be under the umbrella Sony Entertainment Network name. That includes the company's Playstation Network service.
On Monday, Sony announced a new cloud-based music service that will enable many of the company's products, as well as Windows PCs, to be to stream music from an online library. This will be a...