Prime Music as part of the services Amazon provides does allow the option of downloading music for offline playing. You have to notice, however, that music streaming services have been created to battle piracy so in essence, these allow you to download music to be kept in a library for a monthly fee. If you want to download and “keep” the music you need to pay for an album.
Does it matter if your music is in a file on your hard drive or if it’s in a library? Probably not.
However, when your music is out there and under someone else’s control, it may get retracted (Spotify, for example, needs you to go online at least once a month or the music goes, and most music streaming services can make amendments to their terms of service without asking you for permission).
If you want complete control over tracks, you can use services like MusConv who allow you to transfer files between the world’s most recognized and used music streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, YouTube Music, iTunes, Deezer, Tidal, SoundCloud, and many others.
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