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Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to

Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to discover the best soundtrack for your backyard BBQ, your morning run, or your evening study session. Play music on all your preferred devices and download to play offline.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the excellent attributes and functionality of Prime Music…and a lot a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited gives tens of millions of songs and thousands of specialist-programmed playlists and stations, like the hottest new releases from today’s most common artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalog enables you to dig deep into the vaults of your preferred artists, take pleasure in the newest and greatest hits, and discover new genres and designs. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $7.99/month for a month-to-month subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime buyers spend $9.99/month.

At first glance you might think that Amazon Prime Music has something to do with the company's successful music download service, Amazon MP3 . However, Amazon Prime Music is a separate entity that allows you to stream songs from the cloud rather than download digital music files as you would using Amazon's MP3 store.

No it isn't. It comes as part of the Amazon Prime membership. Other competing streaming music services like Spotify offer a free ad-supported account, but the only way to get Prime Music is to either subscribe to Amazon Prime, Amazon Mom, or Amazon Student memberships.

However, you can test drive the streaming music service for free if you take out a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or Amazon Mom . This way you can at least see if it's worth the membership (along with the other benefits you'll get) before financially committing.

Amazon has today in the UK introduced its Amazon Music Unlimited subscription service, which was previously available only in the US. But for many of us this confuses things - what is the difference between Prime Music and Music Unlimited, and should you pay extra for the Music Unlimited subscription?

The key differences between Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited are pricing and subscriptions, and the number of songs available to you.

Cutting to the chase, to access Amazon Prime Music you must be an Amazon Prime member, for which you pay £79 per year. If you have no interest in subscribing to Amazon Prime or want more choice than what Amazon Prime Music offers then you can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited. As a Prime member it will cost you £7.99 per month or £79 per year; as a non-Prime member Amazon Music Unlimited costs £9.99 per month.

More than 118 billion songs were streamed from digital music services last year, and 1.26 billion were downloaded, according to Nielsen. That's a lot of music, which has spurred a ton of services vying for your attention. Spotify is a definite leader in the category, but it faces stiff competition from Google, Apple, Pandora and tons of others. Amazon has been in the fight, with its Amazon Music service, but it's taking things up a notch with the introduction of Prime Music. The new service, like Spotify, allows members to stream or download unlimited tracks.

Prime Music is an additional service for Amazon Prime members, who already pay $99 per year for access to Amazon's Instant Video feature; 500,000 e-books through the Kindle Lending Library; and free two-day shipping on products. Spotify, on the other hand, is free if you don't mind listening to ads (and can deal with streaming, rather than downloading, tracks). If you want to opt out of ads and be allowed to download music to up to three devices, it will cost you nearly $119 per year. 

Both services are device-agnostic — with apps for iOS, Android, Mac and PC — and can be streamed directly from the websites. Both services recommend playlists and have some social elements. But that doesn't make these two equal. We go round for round to determine which one should become your go-to for tunes.

Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to discover the best soundtrack for your backyard BBQ, your morning run, or your evening study session. Play music on all your preferred devices and download to play offline.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the excellent attributes and functionality of Prime Music…and a lot a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited gives tens of millions of songs and thousands of specialist-programmed playlists and stations, like the hottest new releases from today’s most common artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalog enables you to dig deep into the vaults of your preferred artists, take pleasure in the newest and greatest hits, and discover new genres and designs. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $7.99/month for a month-to-month subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime buyers spend $9.99/month.

At first glance you might think that Amazon Prime Music has something to do with the company's successful music download service, Amazon MP3 . However, Amazon Prime Music is a separate entity that allows you to stream songs from the cloud rather than download digital music files as you would using Amazon's MP3 store.

No it isn't. It comes as part of the Amazon Prime membership. Other competing streaming music services like Spotify offer a free ad-supported account, but the only way to get Prime Music is to either subscribe to Amazon Prime, Amazon Mom, or Amazon Student memberships.

However, you can test drive the streaming music service for free if you take out a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or Amazon Mom . This way you can at least see if it's worth the membership (along with the other benefits you'll get) before financially committing.

Amazon has today in the UK introduced its Amazon Music Unlimited subscription service, which was previously available only in the US. But for many of us this confuses things - what is the difference between Prime Music and Music Unlimited, and should you pay extra for the Music Unlimited subscription?

The key differences between Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited are pricing and subscriptions, and the number of songs available to you.

Cutting to the chase, to access Amazon Prime Music you must be an Amazon Prime member, for which you pay £79 per year. If you have no interest in subscribing to Amazon Prime or want more choice than what Amazon Prime Music offers then you can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited. As a Prime member it will cost you £7.99 per month or £79 per year; as a non-Prime member Amazon Music Unlimited costs £9.99 per month.

More than 118 billion songs were streamed from digital music services last year, and 1.26 billion were downloaded, according to Nielsen. That's a lot of music, which has spurred a ton of services vying for your attention. Spotify is a definite leader in the category, but it faces stiff competition from Google, Apple, Pandora and tons of others. Amazon has been in the fight, with its Amazon Music service, but it's taking things up a notch with the introduction of Prime Music. The new service, like Spotify, allows members to stream or download unlimited tracks.

Prime Music is an additional service for Amazon Prime members, who already pay $99 per year for access to Amazon's Instant Video feature; 500,000 e-books through the Kindle Lending Library; and free two-day shipping on products. Spotify, on the other hand, is free if you don't mind listening to ads (and can deal with streaming, rather than downloading, tracks). If you want to opt out of ads and be allowed to download music to up to three devices, it will cost you nearly $119 per year. 

Both services are device-agnostic — with apps for iOS, Android, Mac and PC — and can be streamed directly from the websites. Both services recommend playlists and have some social elements. But that doesn't make these two equal. We go round for round to determine which one should become your go-to for tunes.

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These photos can then be viewed on those devices, as well as on the big screen via Amazon Fire TV, the new Fire TV Stick , game consoles like the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, and some models of LG and Samsung smart TVs.

To get started with Prime Photos, Amazon Prime subscribers can now visit the homepage for the new service (at  www.amazon.com/primephotos ) in order to download the Cloud Drive Photos iOS or Android application, if they didn’t already have it installed, or get the Cloud Drive Windows upload app. (The Mac version is in the works, the website tells visitors. In the meantime, Mac desktop users can sign in from the web browser or use the mobile application of their choice).

Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to discover the best soundtrack for your backyard BBQ, your morning run, or your evening study session. Play music on all your preferred devices and download to play offline.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the excellent attributes and functionality of Prime Music…and a lot a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited gives tens of millions of songs and thousands of specialist-programmed playlists and stations, like the hottest new releases from today’s most common artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalog enables you to dig deep into the vaults of your preferred artists, take pleasure in the newest and greatest hits, and discover new genres and designs. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $7.99/month for a month-to-month subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime buyers spend $9.99/month.

Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to discover the best soundtrack for your backyard BBQ, your morning run, or your evening study session. Play music on all your preferred devices and download to play offline.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the excellent attributes and functionality of Prime Music…and a lot a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited gives tens of millions of songs and thousands of specialist-programmed playlists and stations, like the hottest new releases from today’s most common artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalog enables you to dig deep into the vaults of your preferred artists, take pleasure in the newest and greatest hits, and discover new genres and designs. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $7.99/month for a month-to-month subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime buyers spend $9.99/month.

At first glance you might think that Amazon Prime Music has something to do with the company's successful music download service, Amazon MP3 . However, Amazon Prime Music is a separate entity that allows you to stream songs from the cloud rather than download digital music files as you would using Amazon's MP3 store.

No it isn't. It comes as part of the Amazon Prime membership. Other competing streaming music services like Spotify offer a free ad-supported account, but the only way to get Prime Music is to either subscribe to Amazon Prime, Amazon Mom, or Amazon Student memberships.

However, you can test drive the streaming music service for free if you take out a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or Amazon Mom . This way you can at least see if it's worth the membership (along with the other benefits you'll get) before financially committing.

Prime Music is incorporated with your Prime membership at no extra expense. It attributes more than two million songs and a lot more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music authorities. On Prime Music, you are going to discover the best soundtrack for your backyard BBQ, your morning run, or your evening study session. Play music on all your preferred devices and download to play offline.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the excellent attributes and functionality of Prime Music…and a lot a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited gives tens of millions of songs and thousands of specialist-programmed playlists and stations, like the hottest new releases from today’s most common artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalog enables you to dig deep into the vaults of your preferred artists, take pleasure in the newest and greatest hits, and discover new genres and designs. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $7.99/month for a month-to-month subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime buyers spend $9.99/month.

At first glance you might think that Amazon Prime Music has something to do with the company's successful music download service, Amazon MP3 . However, Amazon Prime Music is a separate entity that allows you to stream songs from the cloud rather than download digital music files as you would using Amazon's MP3 store.

No it isn't. It comes as part of the Amazon Prime membership. Other competing streaming music services like Spotify offer a free ad-supported account, but the only way to get Prime Music is to either subscribe to Amazon Prime, Amazon Mom, or Amazon Student memberships.

However, you can test drive the streaming music service for free if you take out a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime or Amazon Mom . This way you can at least see if it's worth the membership (along with the other benefits you'll get) before financially committing.

Amazon has today in the UK introduced its Amazon Music Unlimited subscription service, which was previously available only in the US. But for many of us this confuses things - what is the difference between Prime Music and Music Unlimited, and should you pay extra for the Music Unlimited subscription?

The key differences between Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited are pricing and subscriptions, and the number of songs available to you.

Cutting to the chase, to access Amazon Prime Music you must be an Amazon Prime member, for which you pay £79 per year. If you have no interest in subscribing to Amazon Prime or want more choice than what Amazon Prime Music offers then you can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited. As a Prime member it will cost you £7.99 per month or £79 per year; as a non-Prime member Amazon Music Unlimited costs £9.99 per month.

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