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Amazon Music is one of the many online music streaming platforms revolutionizing the way we listen to music every day. Like any premium music service, you want to make sure you know what you’re getting into before you commit to a recurring plan. In addition, with so many music streaming options out there nowadays, how do you make sure Amazon Music is right for you?

There are actually two separate plans Amazon Music offers. The first is Prime Music is which free for Amazon Prime subscribers. If you already have Prime, you can upgrade to Music Unlimited for $7.99 a month. If you don’t have Prime, Music Unlimited is $9.99 per month which is standard for most online music streaming services. There is also a student plan available at $4.99 a month for those with verifiable student email addresses. 

What’s the difference between Prime Music and Music Unlimited? How does Amazon stand out as a music streaming service compared to other popular choices like Spotify or Pandora? Finally, how do you get started with Amazon Music? This guide will tackle all of these questions and more. 

Prime Music vs. Music Unlimited

First, let’s explain the key differences between Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited. As said before, Prime Music is already free for Prime subscribers while Music Unlimited costs extra and is also open to those without a Prime Membership. 

Both options offer ad-free music listening on-demand with offline playback options. You can also download the music player app for each onto your smartphone as well as in your online browser. One unique benefit of Amazon music streaming compared to other services is how easily it integrates with devices like smart TVs and Amazon’s Echo speaker. 

The difference between Amazon Music plans. (via Amazon.com)

The major difference between the two services is the number of songs. While Prime Music offers a solid 2 million songs, you can find significantly more with Music Unlimited. Prime Music doesn’t always have the latest and greatest tracks, so you’ll need to be okay with a limited selection of tunes. 

Another perk of Music Unlimited is it’s Amazon Alexa capabilities. It has a stronger set of voice commands when compared to Prime Music. Overall, Prime Music is a great freebie for Prime subscribers, but Music Unlimited is a much more competitive service for avid music fans. 

Pros vs. Cons of Amazon Music

What sets Amazon Music services apart from other popular options? To clear up any confusion, let’s run through the benefits and challenges of Amazon Music services by plan. 

Prime Music Pros

-Included in Prime membership

-No in-music ads

-Easy to use app and online player

-Create and share playlists

-Ability to download music for offline play

Prime Music Cons

Limited selection of music

-Few new releases

Music Unlimited Pros

-Costs $2 less than most competitors

-Amazon Alexa integration

-Easy to use app and online player

-Large music library, including new releases

-Create and share playlists

Music Unlimited Cons

-No built-in social sharing features

-Smaller music collection compared to other leading platforms

-Available on fewer devices than other services

Ultimately, both Prime Music and Music Unlimited are a great option for those who casually listen to music on the go. However, it’s best suited for Prime members who can snag the discounted service. 

Amazon Music Web Player (via Amazon.com)

How Amazon Music Works

Finally, let’s walk through the steps of getting started with Amazon Music. Whether you choose Prime Music or Music Unlimited, you’ll need to download the same app and use the online web player. 

To access Amazon Prime Music or Music Unlimited, log into your Amazon account. From there, click Prime Music in the navigation bar. Under “Stream Music,” you have the option to choose Prime Music or Music Unlimited. Select the option that’s right for you. If you don’t already have a Music Unlimited account, you can opt into a free trial to try it out. 

Then, the web player will open in your browser. From here, you can navigate to suggested playlists, popular albums, top charts, and more. 

To download the app to your smartphone, click here for iOS and here for Android download options. You can also search for Amazon Music in the app store or the Google Play store.

That’s it! It’s easy to get started with Amazon Music whether you’re already a Prime member or you’re just trying a new streaming service. While not right for everyone, Amazon offers a competitive, quality music streaming platform that rivals other popular options. Try it for yourself to explore a range of new music, playlists, and more. 

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