Amazon Reportedly Preparing to Launch New Music Streaming Service
June 11, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Amazon is formulation on rising a new standalone song streaming use that would contest opposite Apple Music and Spotify, reports Reuters. The new use will be labelled likewise to opposition services and will underline a “competitive catalog.”
The use will be offering during $9.99 per month, in line with vital rivals, and it will offer a rival catalog of songs, a sources said. Amazon is finalizing licenses with labels for a service, that expected will be launched in late summer or early fall, a sources said.
Amazon now offers Prime Music to Amazon Prime members as a perk, though a use usually boasts a catalog of 1 million songs. Comparatively, both Apple Music and Spotify exaggerate catalogs of over 30 million songs.
The online tradesman is looking to launch a new streaming use since it “believes a extensive song use is important” in a bid to be a “one-stop emporium for calm and goods.” Amazon Prime, in further to giveaway shipping options, now offers subscribers entrance to a Prime Video streaming service, Prime Music, total print storage and a Kindle Owner’s Lending Library, that includes 800,000 giveaway ebooks.
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Reuters suggests Amazon’s song plan will be two-pronged, with simple streaming for Prime users and a some-more strong choice for an additional fee. Amazon recently debuted Amazon Prime Video as a standalone service, permitting users to allow for $8.99 a month but profitable for a full $99 Amazon Prime bundle. The standalone Prime Video use is matching to a use offering with Amazon Prime.
Amazon Music with Prime Music, a company’s stream song app, is giveaway on a App Store and allows users to play their digital song purchased from Amazon.com. The app also allows Prime members to listen to a catalog of a million songs ad-free as good as curated playlists and radio stations.