Amazon injects free music streaming into Android, iOS & Fire TV

Amazon have released free music streaming to multiple platforms, limitations apply though.

Published Tue, Nov 19 2019 3:04 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:46 AM CST

Amazon has decided to expand its music sector by releasing the free service on to more devices. Amazon Music is now on Android, iOS, and Fire TV.

Amazon injects free music streaming into Android, iOS & Fire TV |

Originally the free music streaming service was just available on Alexa devices, but now that has changed for users in the US, UK, and Germany. At the moment, the service limits free users with listening to playlists and stations that are from specific artists, genres, and songs.

The whole idea of the limitation is to give users a tease of what the service has to offer, and then hopefully either annoy the user into purchasing the whole service, or convince the user to upgrade their Prime package in some fashion. If you are in need of a music streaming service, you can check out Amazon Prime here.

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