Image credit: Amazon Music
Amazon Music HD is now available to new and existing customers at no extra cost for users across the globe.
Amazon Music HD offers a great service to music fans with an expansive library of songs, from an ever-growing amount of artists, all in HiFi quality. However, this is only a recent development. Until recently Amazon Music was split into four categories, Amazon Music Free, Amazon Music Prime, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Amazon Music HD. Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Music HD have now been merged, offering HiFi quality streaming at no extra cost for new and existing Unlimited subscribers.
This was a move to combat Apple Music offering HiFi and spatial audio to its users at no extra cost also.
What Does Amazon Music HD offer?
Amazon Music HD boasts more than 70 million songs, an easy-to-use interface, HiFi quality streaming, Ad-free experience, unlimited access to music, offline listening, and podcasts.
If you’re an existing Amazon Prime member then you can have all this for the price of £7.99pm and for non-members it is £9.99pm. If you’re wanting to try Amazon Music HD out then head here, as there is currently a 4 months free trial. It’s worth noting though that after the trial you will be billed monthly.