How many phones can I sign in, download and listen to music on with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription?
As well as having a physical music store, download store and ad-supported free music streaming models, Amazon Music Unlimited is the companies premium music streaming service.
While you can sign in and download tracks from Amazon Music Unlimited on up to 10 different devices such as smartphones, tablets, PC/Mac, Echo devices and Fire TVs, you can only stream on one device at a time with an Individual membership. This is to stop multiple friends sharing one account for just $9.99 per month. The only exception to this is of course a multi-room Echo set-up playing the same song around the house.
Over 55 million paying subscribers places Amazon Music Unlimited behind only Spotify and Apple Music in number of users. An Amazon Music Unlimited subscription gives you full, ad-free access to a huge library of music to stream. Amazon now have 70 million songs on the platform, which matches industry leaders Apple Music and TIDAL, even beating Spotify’s 60 milion+. Amazon Music Unlimited also have podcasts, music videos and the usual features we expect from streaming services such as offline listening and personalized playlists. An Individual Plan is free for 30 days, then costs $9.99 per month.
Amazon Music Unlimited Family gives you all the same features above, plus grants access to six users, allowing them all to stream at once. Each user gets their own personalized profile and parents can even block explicit tracks on kids accounts. Family Plans are $14.99 per month.
Want the highest quality streaming audio? Amazon Music HD gives you access to all the same music, with milions of songs in ultra HD and exclusive remastered albums. Individual HD subscriptions are free for the first 30 days, then $14.99 per month or $12.99 per month for Prime members. Amazon Music HD Family Plan is $19.99 for six members.