Amazon Makes Its Music Streaming Service Free with Ads

Amazon is now making the music streaming service for free. Amazon is an American multinational technological company which situates at the Seattle in Washington. Amazon is considered as one of the big four technological companies like Facebook, Apple and Google. In the past, the company offered free ad-supporting streaming to the customers who possessed the Amazon Echo device. It’s now rolling out the free streaming to anyone who is using the Amazon Music app on the iOS, Fire TV, Android and Amazon music over the web across the United Kingdom, United States and Germany.

Now, Amazon is making its music streaming service steadily more accessible by decreasing the prices. Earlier of 2019, Amazon said that they would not anymore charge the $3.99 each month to stream from the Amazon Music Unlimited to the Echo devices or required the customers to pay for the Amazon prime to get access to the Prime Music’s smaller. Instead of doing that, Amazon rolled out the ad-supported version of the Amazon Music for free. But, now the Amazon Music will be free for everyone and it won’t matter either you are an Echo owner or not, and even it will be free across wide range of devices. This initiative will allow many users to launch thousands of stations which are based on any kind of artist, song, genre and era like Pandora. They will also get access to the top playlists such as All Hits which feature the top songs of the world, or Holiday Favorites station among the others.

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