Amazon has just announced a new on demand streaming service, simply called Amazon Music Unlimited. Many of you are probably scratching your heads asking…”wait amazon had a streaming service already?”. Well you are not wrong but Music Unlimited has replaced Prime Music and is better AND cheaper.
Amazon Music Unlimited starts at only $7.99 a month for prime users (also avaiable for $79 a year if your a commitment oriented person). If you have not yet indulged and are not a member of Amazon Prime (which is dumb in all honesty, you really should be a member), the service is only $9.99 a month. What's more, if you have the Amazon Echo (there version of Siri trapped in a cylinder) than the service is only $3.99.
The service works with the Echo and helps you identify songs from lyrics, bad attempts at recreating the beat as well as general moods. Steve Broom of the company states that Music Unlimited will make “tens of millions” songs available for it's users at any and all times. Steve also noted that deals have been made with “three major labels” and “thousands of indies”. Needless to say we are excited for this innovation. It is not only cheaper than the competitors, but also provides much more content. Check out the service here.