Posted on Monday, November 17th, 2014 by Toby Sanders
Every few years, a new music site comes along and changes the way we listen to music. That’s exactly what Amazon is doing with Prime Music.
It’s prime time for Amazon’s Prime Music. With Prime Music, you can listen to all your favorite artists and all the top hits with no commercial interruption. Prime Music has also created playlists of all varieties to match every mood, activity and genre. A huge upgrade when using Prime Music is the unlimited amount of skips you can use when you don’t want to hear a song, the music doesn’t sop until you stop it, and the more you listen to music the more personalized the stations and playlists become for you. You can listen anywhere and anytime, and there is also an app for when the internet connection is lacking. It really is prime time for Amazon’s Prime Music.
One of the great aspects of Prime Music, is that it is free with your Amazon Prime membership. If you currently do not have a membership, you get a 30 day free trial before you pay for anything. If after the free trial you decide you don’t want to continue your membership, all you have to do is cancel your membership with no fuss. Amazon’s Prime Music really is changing the way we listen and download music and they are confident that after your free trail, you will want to be a subscriber. Unlike other music sites (Spotify, Rdio, Deezer, etc…) which are free but commercials are included or a few dollars a month gets you only music, Amazon Prime Music get added on to all your other Amazon Prime accounts for an entertainment bundle that can’t be beaten.