Amazon Music comes to the Windows 10 Microsoft Store
Amazon is following Spotify and is bringing a dedicated Amazon Music streaming app to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10. The app is available for those running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update or greater in the US, UK, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan.
Though the app appears to be a port of the existing Amazon Music desktop app for Windows, Microsoft promises that this application will make it easy for Windows 10 users to enjoy their music anytime and anywhere. Amazon Music is available for free for those with an Amazon Prime subscription, allowing access to over 2 million songs ad-free on any device. The company also offers a Prime Music Unlimited Subscription, which unlocks tens of millions of songs and weekly new releases.
This is excellent news for Microsoft and Windows 10 fans since Amazon Music joins Spotify, and eventually iTunes in the Microsoft Store. We’re currently not able to download the app, but it is likely to go live soon. Be sure to check the app out via the link below and let us know your thoughts on the experience in the comments section if you’ve managed to download.Further reading: Amazon, Amazon Music, Microsoft Store, Windows 10