Amazon's free, ad-supported streaming service offers the same catalogue as Prime Music.
With music being one of the primary uses for smart speakers, like the Alexa-powered Echo devices, it makes sense for Amazon to offer more ways to give Echo owners access to songs.
Amazon announced that its customers in the U.S. will be able to listen to an ad-supported section of top playlists and radio stations for free on Echo and Alexa-powered devices.
As Amazon (and several of its competitors) attempt to take over your home with a variety of smart devices, this free tier makes the Echo just a little bit less expendable for all of the users who aren't now paying for an on-demand music service.Читайте также: BTS and Halsey Just Broke YouTube Records With 'Boy With Luv'
Amazon has launched a free, ad-supported music streaming service for its United States customers.
'Interacting with music through voice is transforming how people engage with music - searching for a favorite station, or music by era or genre, is easier and more popular than ever before. Amazon Music can be used for free with ads, sort of like Pandora. This is further competition for Apple Music and Spotify, who are battling it out in the paid music subscription business. Now, whenever you ask for music, you'll get a station or playlist from Amazon.
Which is your favorite music streaming service? But if you're interested in trying out Amazon Music to decide if you want to subscribe, here's how to do that.
Latin America and China saw the biggest market growth, with a rise in overall music revenue of 17.7 percent and 35.3 percent respectively.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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