One of the great things about Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited is the ability to download music to your smartphone or tablet for offline listening. That means downloading your favorite tunes so you can listen to them without having an internet connection and without using your mobile data.
This is especially handy on long car trips or even commuting to work or school. Plus, you can take great songs with you to the pool, beach, office, gym, or where ever else you go.
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Amazon Prime Music is free with your Amazon Prime subscription and probably includes most of the songs you’d like to hear. The service includes more than a million songs from all genres going back many decades. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial.
Amazon Music Unlimited includes tens of millions of songs – nearly any song you could possibly think of. Prime Members can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited for $7.99 per month or $79 per year. Non-Prime members can subscribe for $9.99 per month. You can pick the family plan for $14.99 a month or $149 annually to extend Amazon Music Unlimited to up to six family members. You could also choose to pay just $3.99 a month to listen to Music Unlimited on a single Echo device. Try Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial.
You’ll listen to Amazon Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited using the Amazon Music app, available for Android devices, iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, computers and Fire tablets. You can also enjoy Amazon Music on your Amazon Fire TV and Alexa devices such as Echo, Echo Dot and Amazon Tap.
Here’s how to download from Amazon Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited using the Amazon Music app on your smartphone or tablet. You do need to be connected to the internet to download music.
- Find the song, album or playlist you’d like to download and touch the three vertical dots icon for more options.
- Select the Download option.
- You’ll see a checkmark next to music that you’ve downloaded. You can only access your downloaded songs through the Amazon Music app. You can’t export them to files, play them with other apps or copy them to CDs, SD cards or USB flash drives.
- Select My Music to find the music that you’ve downloaded in the Amazon Music app. On an Android phone or tablet, swipe from the left edge of your screen or tap the menu button to find My Music, then look under Offline Music. For iPads and iPhones, touch My Music from the menu.
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