Amazon Music is currently accessible on Google TV and Android TV gadgets. Clients in the US, UK, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, India, Japan and Australia will actually want to stream music from the service through TVs, set-top boxes, game consoles and speakers that run on Android TV.

In case you’re an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber, you can listen to in excess of 70 million songs through those gadgets, just as a huge number of stations and playlists. Amazon Prime members can look at around 2,000,000 tracks and in excess of 1,000 playlists and stations at no additional cost, or you can hear some out playlists and stations through the service’s free, ad-supported tier.

While Amazon Music probably won’t have the cultural cachet of any semblance of Spotify, Apple Music or YouTube Music, bringing the application the Android TV gadgets at least gives clients another approach to listen to their favorite artists. Maybe the move will help Amazon discover more subscribers as well.

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