Amazon Prime Music is Amazon’s premium subscription music service with a catalog of over three million songs and hundreds of thousands of playlists and stations created by experienced publishers. In terms of custom platform, you can listen to any song on all your compatible devices (mobile, tablet, PC/Mac) ad-free and be able to download songs for offline listening.
One difference is the inability for users to use the app for free (with limited features such as ads and the inability to skip tracks) or contract certain subscriptions. Students pay half.
After a quick registration, done directly with your Facebook account, simply select the genres you like the most (a process that will help Amazon Music better select the songs you would like to listen to), and that’s it: you’ll have access to the full catalog.
Just want to say that Amazon Music Prime is part of the Amazon Prime subscription, so there is no need for the user to deposit additional money.
But not all artists and favorite tracks can be found in the Amazon Music Prime library. Therefore, some songs will have to be purchased from Amazon Music for an additional fee.
In fact, there are quite a few such songs, because the catalog of Amazon’s direct music streaming service contains dozens of times more songs than Prime. Therefore, if the user wants to get, for example, access to the full album of a particular artist, then he will have to pay extra.
The user should also remember that Amazon Prime charges a fee for each account, so in order not to overpay, check if you accidentally forgot about the existence of another, or even several accounts on this site.