Amazon Launches Amazon Prime Music
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 06.12.2014
Prime customers get streaming access...
Amazon has announced that it's Amazon Prime premium services now will include streaming music. The company made the announcement today, revealing that Prime Music is now love and offers a growing library of more than one million songs to existing Prime members at no additional cost to their membership.
The service will include a limited number of skips similar to Pandora, but will have no ad interference. Among those artists included in the list are Justin Timberlake, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Daft Punk, Bob Dylan, Green Day, HAIM, Fleetwood Mac, Nine Inch Nails, Johnny Cash, Aerosmith, Paul Simon, Stevie Ray Vaughn, John Coltrane, Alanis Morissette, The Clash, Ozzy Osbourne, Elvis Presely, Pearl Jam and many more. You can check out a list of the 100 most popular artists on Prime Music here.
The music service is in addition to streaming movies and TV as well as free two-day shipping. The subscription costs $99 a year for all of that. Prime Music will be available on the web as well as Kindle HD/HDX. There is also an Amazon Music app for Android and iOS, which allow users to download songs to their mobile devices for offline use.