Amazon has been changing the world and the way people shop online for years. Now, Amazon is changing the way people find and listen to their favorite music, and that’s happening with the Amazon Music app, which is available now for Android devices.
With Amazon Music, users can listen to over tens of millions of songs, along with curated playlists, music stations, and personalized recommendations. Users have the option to download their favorite songs, albums, and music playlists. This is a great way to continue enjoying music offline in case there’s no WiFi connectivity. Users with a Prime Music subscription can enjoy the service ad-free, and they also have the option to listen to a special curated catalog featuring over two million songs from a cavalcade of artists. Additionally, the app features a nice selection of My Music options for users. Players who purchase songs and albums from Amazon can have that music stored in the Amazon Cloud so they can listen to those songs later on the Amazon Music app. Another amazing feature is that the app’s My Music option enables users to import albums and songs that are already stored in their Android devices. That way, those songs can be added to users’ streaming libraries for Amazon Music.
The Amazon Music app is free-to-download, and it’s available now for Android devices. Users who want to try the service can download a 30-day free trial. The app is just a click away at the Google Play Store.