Amazon's Music Streaming Service Now Free

Now available for Apple iOS, Android, and FireTV.

By
Tech
15,192 Hypes 6 Comments

Amazon Music has just become free for everyone as an ad-supported service. Amazon Music customers who didn’t have a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited or Prime can now get the service for free on iOS, Android, and FireTV.

The service, which was previously only functioned on Amazon Echo devices, is currently available for free in the U.S., UK, and Germany with no subscription or credit card required. Amazon Music offers thousands of stations based on any song, artist, era, and genre, but because of its newly free service, it is now in direct competition with Spoitfy, the world’s most popular free music streaming platform. According to CNBC, “Spotify shares dropped 5 percent on the news. Amazon shares were up nearly 0.5 percent.”

In other tech news, Instagram is testing a new music feature for Stories, similar to TikTok.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Dover Street Market and Tiffany & Co. Launch Exclusive Jewelry Collection
Fashion

Dover Street Market and Tiffany & Co. Launch Exclusive Jewelry Collection

Including limited-edition “LA” and “NYC” signet rings.

Stormzy Reveals Tracklist, Artwork & Release Date for New Album 'Heavy Is The Head'
Music

Stormzy Reveals Tracklist, Artwork & Release Date for New Album 'Heavy Is The Head'

The follow-up to his acclaimed debut LP.

jeffstaple and SBTG Team up for Nike Air Force 1 "Pigeon Fury"
Footwear

jeffstaple and SBTG Team up for Nike Air Force 1 "Pigeon Fury"

Limited to 30 pairs, with a retail price of $0 USD.


G-Dragon's PEACEMINUSONE Shows off Bedazzled Nike Air Force 1 "Para-Noise"
Footwear

G-Dragon's PEACEMINUSONE Shows off Bedazzled Nike Air Force 1 "Para-Noise"

Covered in shimmering silver crystals.

Lil Peep’s Posthumous "Keep My Coo" Video Showcases The Rapper's Teen Years
Music

Lil Peep’s Posthumous "Keep My Coo" Video Showcases The Rapper's Teen Years

A single off his 19-track ‘Everybody’s Everything’ project.

'The Confession Killer' From Netflix Explores the Legacy of Henry Lee Lucas
Entertainment

'The Confession Killer' From Netflix Explores the Legacy of Henry Lee Lucas

He admitted to over 800 murders.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Help us serve you better

We appreciate your support in allowing HYPEBEAST ads, where we can share contents from the latest fashion, to those culturally relevant. In adding HYPEBEAST to your ad blocker's whitelist, ads on our sites will show while you continue to browse.