Watch out Spotify and Pandora, Amazon is getting into the music streaming business. The company announced the launch of Prime Music today, a new feature that allows Amazon Prime members to stream music for free.
The service allows Prime members to listen to more than a million songs and there are no ads. Users can access the music service on their Kindle device or through Amazon’s music apps for other devices.
Check it out: “Prime members can choose exactly which songs and albums to listen to, or they can sit back and listen to hundreds of expert-programmed Prime Playlists. Discovering music is easy thanks to Amazon’s personalized recommendations. Music fans will find tons of music they’ll love, from Grammy winners to indie breakout singers, along with a huge music catalog that can easily be combined with their own collection. Prime members can also download songs from the Prime Music catalog to their mobile devices for offline playback on planes, trains and anywhere they’re without an internet connection.”