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posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 6:30a
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it's a little rough and half assed at launch but improving. I couldn't get anything to work at first but now very happy ... (more)
Monkeybiz (Jun. 13, 2014 @ 5:35p)
Thanks, It took them a couple days, but Amazon *finally* updated my Kindle Fire HD this morning with this music.
MGR (Jun. 14, 2014 @ 5:03p)
Happened to me too
jamiesummer (Jun. 20, 2014 @ 1:29a)
A little more than 3 years ago we launched Prime Instant Video, adding unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows to the existing Prime benefit of Free Two-Day Shipping. It has turned out to be one of the most important things we've done for Amazon Prime members. Today, we are doing it again for music — introducing Prime Music, the newest benefit of Prime membership. With Prime Music, you can listen ad-free to over a million songs and hundreds of expert-programmed Prime Playlists. Prime Music includes tens of thousands of albums from top artists like Daft Punk, P!nk, Bruno Mars, Blake Shelton, The Lumineers, Bruce Springsteen and Madonna. And we'll be adding more music all the time. Here's a list of popular artists in Prime Music.
In designing Prime Music, we wanted to remove the barriers between you and the music you love. We removed cost. You can listen to the entire Prime Music catalog for free — it's included in your Prime membership. We removed interruptions. Don't worry about having your music constantly disrupted by ads... you won't hear any. We removed listening restrictions. Choose exactly what song to listen to, repeat your favorite song over and over again, or download music to your phone or tablet to listen offline.
Finally, we removed one more barrier — deciding what to listen to. Just play any of the hundreds of Prime Playlists our music experts have created for you. Check out the Prime Playlists here.
Prime members in the US can start listening to Prime Music today at www.primemusic.com. Kindle Fire HD/HDX devices will get Prime Music in an automatic, over-the-air update. You can also download the latest Amazon Music app in the Android and iOS appstores. If you're not yet a Prime member, start a 30-day free trial today. We think you'll find the convenience of free two-day shipping combined with access to a huge selection of movies, TV, music and books to be an incredible value for just $99 a year.
smmaroof said: So far Amazon prime has no Amazon Video Streaming or Amazon Music streaming support for android devices. Stupid I agree, That is stupid
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 9:25a
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 9:41a
letsspendlotsofmoney's logic: iTunes.....no Windows Phone support..... Thanks Apple!
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 9:42a
smmaroof said: So far Amazon prime has no Amazon Video Streaming or Amazon Music streaming support for android devices. Stupid I haven't tried this myself, but I recently read that by using the Puffin browser, you can watch Prime video through that. Perhaps it might work for Prime music as well.
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posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 9:48a
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 9:57a
I already had the Amazon Music app installed, and it said nothing about Prime. Went into the Amazon App store app and there were no updates, even after checking. I then uninstalled the app and re-installed and not only did my icon change to the new one but I also now have the Prime music.
There's always bugs on new launches. No biggie when there's a work-around.
Can anyone comment on comparison to spotify? I have the 10/mo spotify plan for the offline while flying, but if prime has similar selection I can dump it.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 10:50a
Can anyone comment on comparison to spotify?
Prime video Vs Netflix?
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posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 11:06a
jd2010 said: Can anyone comment on comparison to spotify? I have the 10/mo spotify plan for the offline while flying, but if prime has similar selection I can dump it. Prime Music = 1M songs, Spotify = 20M songs
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 11:06a
importcf said: letsspendlotsofmoney's logic: iTunes.....no Windows Phone support..... Thanks Apple! Amazon is not Apple or Google... I do realize that the widows market is smaller, but Amazon does sell many windows products and it would be nice to have it supported... Until then... I will use my Nokia Music app on my windows phone for plenty of commerical free music and no fees... Even cheaper than my Amazon prime...
Lots of people claim to find better deals from other retailers but I consistently check medium-big ticket items and rarely find a better price. I buy lots of non-perishable groceries,, toiletries, etc. at significant discounts delivered to my door. Last year I had about an order for every day of the year. Add Video and now Music on top of that and Prime is a no-brainer for me.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 2:01p
Very buggy app. The prime playlist does not load. Crashed my iphone5. Looks like they need to really work out the bugs.
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posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 2:25p
iznogould said: Very buggy app. The prime playlist does not load. Crashed my iphone5. Looks like they need to really work out the bugs. Get a better phone?
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 2:50p
Works great on my PC. Green for you, OP!
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 2:50p
Works fine with Android, I've been using it for hours on a Razr M, 4.4.2. I think I still prefer Pandora, it music logarithm is much better than "playlists"
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 4:04p
Does anyone know where Prime stores its files on an android phone? I have a Galaxy S4 and wanted to make sure they were stores on the SD card.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 4:11p
Nevermind, just found them, in the phoneandroiddatacom.Amazon.mp3filesmusic folder.
Ok next question, how can I change the download location to the sdcard?
I pay $8 for Google Play Music right now, and do also have Amazon Prime. With Google Play I create playlists of any music I want and I can play them on basically any device that has the app.
So I picked an album by Daft Punk and was able to add that to my Library for free. But then I picked another album from Capital Cities and I could not add it for free.
I guess its a new service but will be curious to see if it can replace Google Play Music for me.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 5:24p
Lots of discussion about different devices, but oddly no mention of a couple that me thinks this feature is truly targeted at strengthening. The single function I really am disappointed to not have on my Fire TV is AmazonMP3, and Amazon is launching its own smartphone in a week. I am a fairly dedicated Windows Phone user, and have been on the fence about upgrading my low end Lumia 521 to a Lumia 925. This new Prime feature combined with Amazon's terrific customer service and return policies has me thinking about giving their new phone a try.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 5:42p
Saying you must be a Prime member on the app, and I am and have been for years. Not recognizing my account as prime.
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 6:52p
"expert-programmed Prime Playlists" = lousy music selections
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posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 10:44p
JohnGalt69 said: Lots of people claim to find better deals from other retailers but I consistently check medium-big ticket items and rarely find a better price. I buy lots of non-perishable groceries,, toiletries, etc. at significant discounts delivered to my door. Last year I had about an order for every day of the year. Add Video and now Music on top of that and Prime is a no-brainer for me. hmm, should we buy Amazon stock as Amazon gets more popular?
posted: Jun. 12, 2014 @ 11:18p
"Amazon Music", a new app replaces the old Amazon mp3 app....ya gotta download it. It shows the new category Prime Music.
They have hundreds of playlists of all genres....I found some good ones. You can download to your phone (my HTC one) and play offline.
posted: Jun. 13, 2014 @ 10:09a
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posted: Jun. 20, 2014 @ 1:29a
ruwebb said: Wierd. When I click on the link, then "Explore Prime Music," nothing happens. Maybe it is because I am on an iphone. Happened to me too
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