Amazon, one of the biggest online retailers is set to take on the music streaming giants from the likes of Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and Tidal with it’s very own newly developed music streaming platform Amazon Music Limited. The new service launched in the UK, Germany and Austria today, just 1 month after having first launced in the US.
With a boasting catalogue of 40 millions songs, Amazon Music Unlimited is now available on IOS and Android devices and both Mac OS and PC softwares. The new service has been launched as a standalone Amazon feature separate from Amazon Prime and Amazon Instant Video.
Prices will match those of it’s competitors at a £9.99 flat rate for non Prime users. Users that have an Amazon Prime account will pay £7.99 per month on top of their £79 annual Prime membership fee. Those with the newly launched Echo device will pay just £3.99 a month for the new service. Amazon will also be offering a 30 day free trial for users to test the service before subscribing.
Visit the official Amazon Music Unlimited website to see more information