Amazon Music Unlimited is an on-demand music streaming service that offers access to tens of millions of songs through the Amazon Music app and Amazon Music for Web.
With an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, you get access to tens of millions of songs, thousands of Playlists hand-curated by Amazon’s music experts, and personalized Stations.
Music is available on-demand and ad-free, with unlimited plays. New albums and songs are typically added to the Amazon Music Unlimited catalog on the day they’re released in the Digital Music Store.
To view available subscription plans and pricing, go to: Get Amazon Music Unlimited.
Note: Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music share similar features, but are two separate services. The main difference is that Amazon Music Unlimited offers access to more music:
- Amazon Music Unlimited – Get access to tens of millions of songs from Amazon Music with a paid subscription or free trial.
- Prime Music – Eligible Prime members automatically get access to more than a million songs and albums as part of their Prime membership, at no additional cost.
If you’re a Prime member, you have the option to subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited separately, with discounted subscription pricing and an annual renewal option. When you subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited, you’ll still have access to titles included with Prime, and can still find all of your saved Prime titles in My Music–just without the “Prime” labeling.