Perhaps I was too quick to write off Amazon's efforts to stuff its Music app with podcasts, videos, and streaming content. I'm all about convenience, and this approach sure is certainly convenient for subscribers like me.
If you love bopping along to your favorite streaming music service all day, you're probably interested in reliving the top songs you listened to all year. Here's how to find your 2020 year in review playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music Unlimited.
Most of Amazon's Echo devices are now on sale for Black Friday at some of their best prices yet, and you can even score six months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free with the purchase of select devices for a limited time!
If you don't have a fancy in-dash infotainment system and you'd like some smart voice controls for your ride, then you should look into this great deal on the Echo Auto. Plus, you can get 6 months of Amazon Music Unlimited to stream to your heart's content.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a streaming service that's accessible on tons of devices and features millions of songs that you can play on-demand or download to your device. It's entirely ad-free, too. The deal is for new users of the service only.
Amazon Music is the latest app attempting to become all things to all people, and has recently incorporated Twitch live streams and most recently, podcasts into its service. But does this feature-stuffing make for a better user experience?
This deal is only available to select customers, but those that are eligible are saving $50. Since AMU normally costs $8 a month, you're getting the Echo Dot with Clock for just $10. Use it to stream music, control your smart home, and more.
AMU normally costs $8 a month anyway, so you're getting the Echo Dot for $1 basically, and those are going for $50 right now. You can use the Dot to stream music from the service, so it's a great pairing. Stream from other services like Spotify, too.
The Echo Dot smart speaker is just $0.99 with 1 month of Amazon Music Unlimited today! That's a total of $8.98 for Prime members or $10.98 without Prime. You'll be able to stream music from the service in seconds just by asking Alexa.