Amazon Music app has acquired a brand new replace for its Android customers that brings the flexibility to stream music movies. With this new addition, Amazon Music is taking on YouTube Music that permits for music video streaming. This new music streaming characteristic on Amazon Music is reportedly restricted solely to Amazon Music Unlimited paid subscribers. The changelog of the Amazon Music Android app reads, “Now stream music videos in the Amazon Music app. Paid subscribers can start with videos from a favourite artist or a video playlist.”
The Android app for Amazon Music has lately acquired a brand new replace on Google Play that brings alongside music movies streaming assist. Android Police reports that this characteristic is proscribed to Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers solely. Unfortunately, this subscription is just not obtainable for Indian customers, however US customers can get Amazon Music Unlimited for $7.99 (roughly Rs. 600) per 30 days for Prime members or $9.99 (roughly Rs. 700) for non-Prime members.
In India, Amazon Music membership is bundled with Prime membership and these paid customers are provided offline downloads and ad-free streaming advantages. There is little readability on how this new music movies streaming characteristic will work, but it surely may very well be doable that Amazon is constructing its personal catalogue of music movies that it seems to be to advertise to its paying clients. In order to take on YouTube Music, Amazon Music additionally seems to be to assist Amazon Music Unlimited customers uncover music clips from favorite artists and improve engagement and app utilization time. YouTube Music gives music video streaming characteristic to all its customers and does not prohibit it to paid subscribers.
For US customers, Amazon Music Unlimited is available with free three months of trial for new subscribers. At the top of this trial, these clients will then should pay the month-to-month subscription charges.
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