Can you use Amazon Music offline?

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Here’s how to download songs from Amazon Music, so you’re never without a soundtrack.

Can you use Amazon Music offline? Yes! You can easily download Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music tracks to listen to Amazon Music offline.


Listening to Amazon Music offline means you save data, get around feeble WIFI connections, and avoid being left without a soundtrack if signal drops whilst you’re travelling.

Luckily, if you have an Amazon Music subscription you get offline listening thrown in. Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music songs can be downloaded.

How to use Amazon Music offline

To download from the Amazon Music app, head to My Music. Choose the album, playlist or song to download and tap the three dots beside it, then hit Download.

The music will be added to the Amazon Music download queue. A tick beside the track will show when it is available for offline listening.

Bear in mind you can’t export the songs to external storage and can only listen through the Amazon Music app.


If you’re a musician or producer interested in getting your music onto Amazon Music, you can upload unlimited tracks for free with RouteNote. We’re a digital music distributor with partnerships with all the major streaming platforms and stores, giving your music global reach. Head here to sign up for free today.

I write about music for RouteNote, sharing fun stuff, news, and tips and tricks for musicians and producers. Also a saxophonist and hater of marmalade.

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