Amazon Prime Music offers unlimited, ad-free music access to over one million tracks, without any playback restrictions. There are also hundreds of handpicked playlists to choose from and songs can be downloaded to your smartphone or tablet for offline playback.
You will need to be an Amazon Prime member to make use of Prime Music. Fortunately, Amazon is currently offering a 30 day free trial, so you can see what all of the fuss is about before stumping up the cash. A yearly Prime membership currently costs £79, which includes unlimited one-day delivery, access to Prime Instant Video, Prime Music and unlimited photo storage with Amazon Cloud Drive.
Although its music library might not be quite as large as some other streaming services’, Amazon Prime’s range of features still makes it a competitive option, especially for regular shoppers.
Amazon Prime Music and Instant Video, as well as the fast delivery service, are also rumored to be heading to India later in the year.
If you want to sign up, click the big ol’ orange button below.