Music to your Ears
- Access music bought through Amazon
- Over 40 million songs
- Can't be controlled through Alexa
- Must subscribe to Unlimited for access to all songs
Amazon at your Finger Tips
Amazon Music brings a couple of options to the table when it comes to listening to music. If you have Amazon Prime, then Prime Music is already yours for the taking. This gives you access to over two millions songs, ad free, which you can listen to as you please. You can also listen to any digital music you've purchased through Amazon, as well as anything on your Windows device Note that digital music also includes any purchases of physical media that come with the digital version. If you go for Amazon Music Unlimited, however, that catalogue of songs jumps to forty million, and you get all the features of Prime Music along with it. If you're a Prime member, you will get a special Prime only price for the Unlimited plan.
A Solid Option for Music
There are a few areas where Amazon Music falls short of a service like Spotify. You have to pay for the premium tier to get access to all the songs, for example. Another problem is that this app cannot be controlled through Alexa. But these niggling problems aside, Amazon Music is a good service. Moreso if you're already a Prime member.