Amazon Launches Prime Music Service Benjamin J. Roethig June 12, 2014 News 1 Comment 112 Shares Google+ 104 Twitter 0 Facebook 8 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 112 Shares × Amazon has launched its Prime Music Subscription Service. Like the company’s Prime Video service, Prime Music will only be available to customers who have the $99 Amazon Prime subscription. Let’s take a look at what this new service has to offer. Amazon claims Prime Music to have over 1 million songs. This isn’t up to the 20 million song catalog of all-you-can-eat streaming leader Spotify, but it’s a start and they have some well known artists. Since it is completely subscription based, Prime Music is completely advertisement free. What it lacks in songs, it seems to make up for in curation. Prime Music has a metric ton of pre-selected playlists chosen by their experts. Prime Music will work on Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire tablet, but it’s cross platform as well, with apps for iOS and Android, Mac and PC. Prime Music may also work with the product that Amazon is set to announce on June 18th, which Geek Beat will be covering. So, what do you think of Prime Music? Leave us a comment below or on social media. Source: Amazon 112 Shares Google+ 104 Twitter 0 Facebook 8 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 112 Shares × One Response chad June 14, 2014 i have been plying with it the last 2 days and am really liking it most definitely makes that $99 seem a lot more worth it!!