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Amazon Prime Music service goes official, has a collection of more than a million songs

Amazon Prime Music

Amazon has just made the Prime Music service officially available to customers of Amazon Prime just a few hours ago. Users will have a collection of over 1 million songs to choose from. The service is completely ad free as well, which is a nice touch from Amazon. Long story short, Amazon Prime customers can practically listen to any song they want, at any given time of the day using this service.

As for customers who are not subscribed to Amazon Prime, they’ll be given a free 30 day trial of the service beyond which a Prime subscription will be required. The metrics here are pretty much the same as Prime Video, but the best part here is that customers don’t have to spend a dime to access the service.

The Amazon Cloud Player app on Android and iOS will turn into Amazon Music later today, allowing users access to music with the app. Users of the Kindle Fire HD and HDX will see the app make its way with an OTA update, so Amazon has all its bases covered.

An Amazon Prime subscription will set you back by $99 per year and it includes several perks including expedited shipping on qualified items bought via Amazon. Make sure you sign up for Amazon Prime to avail benefits of this new music service. Hit the link below for more details.

Source: Amazon

Via: Android Central

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