Amazon music Unlimited for $4.99 is getting a new update
Amazon Music Unlimited for Amazon Prime customers is getting an update to its Music Unlimited feature that will enable users to download and stream music for free.
The company confirmed the news in a blog post Wednesday, but it didn’t provide any details on the new feature or details on when it will be available for purchase.
Amazon has not yet provided an update on the update.
The company previously announced that the Music Unlimited program will soon be available on Windows and Mac.
Amazon announced its Music subscription service in December, and the service has since been available on a variety of platforms.
The feature can be purchased with a Prime subscription, and is currently available for $8.99 per month.
Amazon is also launching a new music subscription service on Wednesday, dubbed Music Unlimited Plus.
The service will allow users to purchase unlimited access to songs and albums on Amazon Music for Prime members.
The Amazon Music subscription is an Amazon exclusive and will be made available on Tuesday.
The $4/month service will offer unlimited access on all Amazon devices and will come with a $5.99 monthly Amazon Music premium fee.
The subscription will also come with an Amazon Music Premium Membership, which allows customers to enjoy additional benefits, such as Amazon Prime Music Unlimited.
Amazon’s Music Unlimited service will be priced at $9.99/month.
The update will arrive in the next few weeks, and users can download it from the Amazon Music app, which is currently locked to Android and iOS devices.