First Time Outside The U.S, Amazon Launches Prime Music Streaming Service In UK

Amazon has now expanded to market outside US and for the time Amazon has launched its Prime Music Streaming Service in UK. Prime Music will be available to the Amazon Prime users with all its perks as a part of their annual subscription with other features like Prime Instant Video, Kindle lending library and unlimited photo storage space in Amazon Cloud.


Prime Music is a special music service that makes music easily accessible with millions of songs and over 500 specially made playlists to suit your taste and situation. In addition to that, Prime users will also be having access to the CDs and MP3s that they have purchased from the Amazon store.

In comparison to the other popular music streaming apps like Apple Music and Spotify, Prime Music seems to offer more. Moreover, Prime Music features some great artists including Madonna, One Direction, Bob Dylan, Paolo Nutini and David Bowie.

However, like the US version of the app, artists associated with the Universal Music Group will be unavailable at launch for UK version of Prime Music including artists like Katy Perry, Kanye West, Eminem and Amy Winehouse.

Prime Music is available for Android, iOS, Fire TV, Fire Tablet HD and Fire Fire TV Stick and will let its users stream music and their favorite playlists from the cloud as well as local storage.The perks that come with the app’s subscription might attract many new subscribers.

“Being the one place where you can make all those choices in the same place, you can buy CDs and vinyl, you can buy downloads or you can stream – I think that’s the best place to be right now.”

Source: venturebeat

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