Today, Amazon is rolling out a free Music streaming service to customers on iPhone, iPad, Android, and Amazon’s own Fire TV products. Earlier, Amazon used to provide free music streaming service on their Echo hardware and other Alexa enabled devices. further, the service can be accessed using a browser too.
Amazon had already announced amazon music on Apple TV
For those who want ad free music experience can get Amazon Music Unlimited: Amazon’s standard monthly subscription music service.
This can be further one upped by using Amazon Music HD: Lossless / hi-fi version of Amazon Music Unlimited.
As per Amazon:
Beginning today, Amazon Music customers who do not yet have a Prime membership, or a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited, can now listen to an ad-supported selection of top playlists and thousands of stations for free on their favorite devices. Previously only available to customers on Echo devices, today’s news expands access to customers using the Amazon Music app on iOS, Android, and FireTV. Customers can also listen to this music on the web.
With this Amazon now competes with Spotify, which is the largest music streaming service and also has freemium ad supported model.
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