Amazon Launched its Prime Music Service in India

Amazon launched its Prime Music service in India, the music subscription streaming service is part of the company’s Prime membership. Existing Amazon Prime subscribers will get the full access to this service.


On Wednesday, the company announced the news and unveiled that the service will be available as “Amazon Music” on mobile for both iOS and Android platform.

Initially, the Amazon Music was limited to Amazon Echo smart speaker line up. Now, it is available on Apple Store, Play Store and you can download the Amazon Music app on Fire TV, Windows, and Mac to access it. Amazon Music will cost Rs 999 per annum.

Besides Amazon Music, there are also other apps available such as Google Play Music, Wynk Music, Apple Music, and Saavn that serves a wide library of regional and global songs.

Once you log in to the app, you will find music preference options that include English, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Rajasthani, Hindi, Punjabi, Telugu, Malayalam, Bhojpuri, and Gujarati.

You will also get the option to select the streaming quality, storage location and whether or not you want to use Wi-Fi for downloads.

Amazon Music India director, Sahas Malhotra said, “We believe music listeners are going to love Amazon Prime Music as we bring a global service that’s been truly localized in its selection and curation. With ad-free streaming at no additional cost to Prime members, Amazon Prime Music offers a welcome break from text and voice ads that come between you and your favorite music.”

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