TL;DR: Amazon Music has opened up its massive library to Prime members. Shuffle play over 100 million songs and podcasts for free with a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.
The big news over at Amazon is that Amazon Music has expanded its catalogue for Prime members from 2 million to over 100 million songs, meaning that Prime members can access all their favourite tunes (and podcasts) without ads getting in the way.
There is a catch. There’s always a catch. You can only play them on shuffle.
Now this might not be an issue for you, but if you’re unsure, you could always try a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime to test it out. Prime members get a bunch of impressive benefits, including Prime Delivery, Prime Video, Prime Gaming, and yes, Amazon Music. With shows like Rings of Power on offer and Black Friday just around the corner, this could be the perfect time to sign up.
By shuffling any artist, album, playlist with Amazon Music, you could make the argument that you’ll discover new music and podcasts based on your likes. We get that this system won’t be for everyone though, so if you’re interested in upgrading, you can also try Amazon Music Unlimited free for 30 days. This premium service lets you listen in HD with a shuffle-free experience. This deal is only available to new Amazon Music Unlimited users.
Access Amazon Music’s expanded library with a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.
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