The time has come and online superstore Amazon has now launched it’s very own music streaming service set to rival those such as Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music. The new service is called Amazon Music Unlimited and was launched earlier this week in the US only for now.
Amazon Music Unlimited will be available on IOS and Android devices and as well as both Mac OS and PC softwares.
This new service has been launched as a standalone Amazon feature separate from Amazon Prime and Amazon Instant Video with prices to match that of it’s fellow music streaming companies at a $9.99 flat rate for non Prime users. Users that have an Amazon Prime account will pay $79 on top of their Prime membership fee and those with Echo will pay just $3.99 a month for the new service.
More details about Amazon Music Unlimited can be found on their official website.