Amazon music is now expanded to 25 countries
Amazon launched it's music streaming service in US in October of 2016. It has expanded to the various of the countries like UK, Germany, Austria, Japan and more. It has integrated to Alexa and with the voice command it can play your favorite. Today, Amazon announced that it is adding service to additional 28 countries.
In the launch, Amazon Music limited is now available at three plan options with price varying per country. The choice includes ; the exclusive Echo plan and is the lowest-priced option of any full-catalog streaming service. To listen on the single Echo Dot, Echo or Echo plus with the full access to Amazon Music Unlimited, there is individual plan to stream on one of up to 10 devices at a time and The family plan , where up to six members of a household can share a subscription. English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, or Japanese display languages will be available on Amazon Music Web player and App for iOS and Android.
There are lot of features in Amazon Music , Home highlights the latest releases and top charts by trending artists and in Recommended you can see the tailored music suggestion built from Amazon's recommendation technology. In my Music, You can view your own playlists and downloaded songs for offline playback in mobile devices. Beginning today, you can stream from the Amazon Music app with no ads and interruptions on all the devices. For web browser you can visit Amazon Music. You can purchase the devices at Amazon Echo. You can download the Amazon Music App from respective app stores.
Additional Countries are listed below:
Belgium, Iceland, Bolivia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Liechtenstein, Chile, Lithuania, Colombia, Luxembourg, Costa Rica, Malta, Cyprus, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, El Salvador, Poland, Estonia, Portugal, Finland, Slovakia, Greece, Sweden, Hungary, Uruguay