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Amazon Music Is Now Available Without The Prime Membership

Great news for all Amazon Music listeners as from now on you won’t have to subscribe to the Prime membership to avail all this service. However, this comes with its own restrictions in the form of advertisements. If the ads don’t bother you, then you can listen to your favorite songs on Amazon Music for free. Read More

Amazon Music Is Now Available On Garmin Smartwatches


Garmin has partnered with Amazon to introduce a new way to listen to Amazon Music. Their smartwatches now support Amazon Music App and the users can listen to their favorite music when they go for a run. The entire catalog of Amazon Music will be available to stream right from the Garmin smartwatch with this new partnership. Read More

Amazon Music Is Offering 6 Months Free Trial For Students

Amazon is a leading global brand when it comes to shopping for products and many other services. The company is now making it easier for students to avail the Amazon Music service for 6 months for just $0.99 per month. This will be a part of the Prime Student membership which the company currently offers for half the cost of the regular Prime membership. Read More

Amazon Echo Users Can Now Listen To Ad-Supported Free Music

Good news for users of Echo smart speakers as Amazon has announced that they will be providing free music service with ads running alongside. As of now, users could only play music on these speakers if they have subscribed to the Amazon Prime Music service that costs around $3.99 per month. The free music catalogue will offer around 2 million songs from the same list of songs that are available on Prime. Read More

Apple Music Will Soon Be Available On Amazon Echo Speakers

Smart speakers have taken the market by storm and Apple does not want to lag behind by restricting Apple Music only to the HomePod speakers. The company has announced that it will be making Apple Music available on Amazon’s Echo speakers as well from December 17th. So now, Echo users will be able to command Alexa to play their favourites from Apple Music by just saying “Alexa, ask Apple Music to play…”. Read More

Amazon Kills Apple and Google Music Offerings With New Cloud Based Music Service

Amazon has just revealed its new cloud based music streaming and storage service dubbed “Amazon Cloud Player” and “Amazon Cloud Drive” that will kill Apple and Google’s music services. The new service from Amazon allows users to store music in the cloud, and then stream it from the cloud using the Web or an Android device. iOS devices are not yet supported by the Cloud Player. Read More