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One way to pass the time while you are hunkered down in your abode is to kick back and fire up a playlist of your favorite jams. Or get up and shake your rump—dancing is good exercise, after all. Either way, Amazon is making it cheap and easy to do by offering its Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service free for three months. This is quite different that what comes bundled with your Amazon Prime membership (assuming you have one). One of many perks of Prime is the standard Amazon Music subscription. It's a nice add-on, but also limited—it 'only' serves up around two million songs. That sounds like a lot, but it is not nearly as fleshed out as services like Apple Music and Spotify.... Read more...
Is a smart speaker on your holiday wish list? What if you could get it for less than a trip to the dollar store? The Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is currently available for $0.99 USD with the purchase of an Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan subscription. The subscription initially costs $10.98 for non-Prime member or $8.98 for Prime members. Thereafter, the subscription will ring in at $9.99 a month for non-Prime members or $7.99 for Prime members. Subscribers will have access to over 50 million songs. The subscription is ad-free, can be used offline, and includes unlimited skips and playbacks. There are also a number of curated stations and playlists. Users will also be able to control devices... Read more...
Over the last decade, consumers have increasingly come to rely on online music stores and streaming services. Many large online retailers and tech companies boast their own streaming services, including Amazon. However, until today Amazon Music was not accessible to all Alexa-enabled device. Amazon just announced that American customers will now be able to access a selection on Amazon Music playlists through Alexa-enabled devices for free. Alexa-enabled devices will be able to listen to a variety of ad-supported playlists and radio stations. Users can ask Alexa to stream playlists based off of a song, artist, era, or genre. For example, users can say “Alexa, play the Imagine Dragons... Read more...
If you're the owner of an NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K media streamer, then you're probably pretty happy with the steady onslaught of updates that add new software and functionality. NVIDIA continues its upgrade spree with SHIELD Software Experience Upgrade 7.2, which is rolling out starting today to owners. As long as your SHIELD TV is on, your device should have the upgrade downloaded by the end of the day. NVIDIA says that SHIELD Software Experience Upgrade 7.2 brings with it the inclusion of the Amazon Music app, which joins a host of other streaming music services available on the platform including Google Play Music, Spotify and Pandora. NVIDIA notes, however, that the Amazon... Read more...