How To Use Prime Music Of Amazon?

Posted on Aug 4 2015 - 7:31am by Matt Holtzen

Prime Music is a music service offered by Amazon. You can look up for songs, and download or stream tracks and playlists. Specially, Amazon allows you also to listen to the tracks from your CD’s and store all your music libraries. It can easily be downloaded the Amazon Prime Music app for your iOS or Android phone or tablet, or use the service online on your PC or Mac. Amazon will show you on the recommended list many songs that match that style or genre. You can opt for the playlists section. Here songs are grouped according to the genre, artist and feeling they may inspire.


There are many more controls and options available. If you pick up a song and click on the dotted icon that appear on the right side of the name of the song, you will be able to play it, add to the Library, download it, add to playlist or access other tracks from the same artist. On the Cloud Library you will find all the tracks and albums that you stored in Amazon Music library and that are available online; the Offline Library will give you the music you downloaded when you were still online listen to those tracks when you are offline. Once you have downloaded Amazon Prime Music, you will be brought to the Prime Music Page.

It characterizes four lists: Recommended, Playlists, New to Prime and Popular. You can also import your music into your Amazon Music Library. Interestingly, other music libraries and subscriptions will be kept separated, meaning that your personal music will not be absorbed by the service.

Amazon deserves a point for that and it is something that makes it stand out from the crowd, given that Apple and Google will not give you this specialty.

On the other hand, your music collection will include about one million songs. Amazon gives you a quite restricted range of choice, especially compared to Apple Music and Google Play Music, with over 30 millions tracks.

Amazon aims to strengthen its Prime service and give you a platform where you can store all your music in the same place. If you are looking for niche music, Amazon will not probably please you. But if you are a casual listener you will enjoy Amazon Prime Music and its nice specialties.