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.
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Amazon has announced that it is bringing Alexa, its Echo product range, and Amazon Music to Mexico. The software products are available today while the hardware is ready for pre-order.
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.
The retail giant has finally launched its voice assistant and the associated smart home line of products to the Great White North, along with a Canadian accent. Prime Music will also make its debut.
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.
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.
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.
According to a new report, Amazon is to launch a standalone streaming music service for $9.99. It's not immediately clear what this means for Amazon's existing Prime Music service.
Earlier today Amazon launched their 'Amazon Prime Music' service, with over a million songs available at launch. The service can be accessed through all major platforms, including iOS and Android.