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  1. Android News

    Amazon won't let you upload your own MP3s anymore

    Amazon has made some changes to its Music Storage service that will phase out uploading MP3s for both free and paid customers on a scheduled timeline extending into 2019.
  2. Android News

    Amazon Music app adds Chromecast support

    Amazon Music now has Chromecast support. You can cast your music to your Chromecast device from the Android app.
  3. Android News

    Deal: $10 Amazon credit when you start an Amazon Music Unlimited trial

    If you haven't tried Amazon Music Unlimited yet, they're offering a $10 credit to anyone who starts a 30-day free trial before October 31st. You'll need a coupon code to activate the offer.
  4. Android News

    Alexa is now available in Amazon Music

    Amazon has brought Alexa to Amazon Music. Alexa will help you find the tunes you're looking for, as well as help you discover new music.
  5. Android News

    Amazon Music switches to a bottom navigation bar in the latest update

    A new update for Amazon Music is now available in the Google Play Store, with the biggest change being the navigation bar is now along the bottom of the app, making it easier to reach.
  6. Android News

    Some of Prince's earlier albums are now available to stream via Spotify or Google Play Music

    A few of Prince's early albums are now available to stream via your favorite music streaming services. These include Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, and more.
  7. Android News

    Amazon Music Unlimited family plan now available in the US

    Amazon has launched its Music Unlimited family plan in the US, clocking in at $14.99 a month regardless of whether or not you're a Prime subscriber. You can have up to six people available on the plan for the same price, rivaling Google's own family plan for Google Play Music.
  8. Android News

    Amazon Music App Updated to 5.0 with New microSD Card Support and More

    Most notable new feature is the ability to download music from your personal library and/or Amazon Prime Music directly to your phone or tablet's MicroSD card, assuming you have one. The app also supports Android Wear for the first time. Previously users could use the default music controls for...