11 Facts About Amazon Music


Amazon Music is a music streaming platform and online music store operated by Amazon.

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At launch, Amazon offered "over 2 million songs from over 180, 000 artists and over 20, 000 labels, including EMI Music and Universal Music Group", to customers located in the United States only.

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Amazon Music's streaming music catalog is accessible from the Amazon.

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Amazon Music previously offered additional applications, such as one for Blackberry and one for Palm.

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On 24 June 2021, Amazon Music announced its acquisition of Art19, a major podcast hosting and monetization platform.

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Amazon Music downloaded during the temporary promotional time period of trial membership will be blocked from access if the membership isn't continued.

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Amazon Music player is integrated with the digital music Prime and Unlimited streaming services, as well as the music store for purchases (on most platforms).

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Previously, Amazon Music offered the Amazon Music MP3 Uploader, which was an Adobe AIR application.

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Originally bundled with Amazon Cloud Drive was the music streaming application called Cloud Player which allowed users to play their music stored in the Cloud Drive from any computer or Android device with Internet access.

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On December 8, 2015, Amazon Music Prime became available on Denon® Electronics HEOS by Denon wireless sound systems, adding a new streaming outlet for music and entertainment enthusiasts.

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Amazon Music Unlimited is a full-catalog unlimited streaming service, available as a monthly or annual subscription.

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