Amazon Music with Prime Music [PC]
- Lets you play, manage and download all your music with ease and convenience.
- Amazon Prime customers get unlimited, ad-free access to over a million songs and hundreds of playlists for free.
- Incorporates 'smart' features to ensure that you get the most out of your music experience with the least amount of effort.
- Amazon Music for PC is fast. It'll get you from launch to play in seconds.
- Amazon Music for PC detects and adds new music to your library even if you bought it from iTunes or ripped a CD. Your music library will always be organized and up-to-date.
- System Requirements: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP3
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Top Customer Reviews
The final straw came a week or so after I installed the program, having tested it once and never touched it since. My PC was running really slowly, and investigation revealed 2 instances of a process called something like "amazonmusichelper" were running, each taking up nearly 40% of the capacity of my 6-core processor.
I don't need help with my music, thank you very much. I certainly don't need or want any program which will activate itself and use up all my CPU cycles, without any kind of permission or notification.
The player was uninstalled and trashed.
I have a large collection, but tried to upload just over 4100 songs, and even with buying extra cloud space, the functionality of the program seems to be overwhelmed by the number of songs. Sync between cloud and computer gets buggy. Auto download of new songs fails frequently. No back button. Several steps to see latest purchases. Can't use on most of my devices, but have no problem with cloud music utilizing google.
Amazon seems to have stopped putting forth much attention to detail with their mp3 programs. It's getting more like Henry Ford's Model A (you can have any color you want as long as its black). If it works for you great, if not, too bad.
That is going to be a deal-breaker for some, and perhaps many people. For me, it means uninstalling the amazon cloud player.
Amazon is clearly aware of iTunes and that a user might have an iTunes library, but it really doesn't work well with it. Tags are ignored, duplicate files are saved, duplicate entries are coerced -- by accident -- and it, the Amazon player, really just blows off your iTunes library structure with no thought whatsoever that you may have actually spent quite a bit of time getting it just the way that makes sense to you.
All you have to do is look at the tags, Amazon -- and honor them, Or at least ask first before you blow them off and create a bunch of duplicate files and even some duplicate library entries.
Buy it>>Open Cloud Player>>Download it>>Locate file on Computer>>Copy it and Paste it, or Move it>>Update iTunes>>Update your player>>..on your way!!
Buy it>>Download to (predetermined location) PC>>Update iTunes>>Update your player>>..on your way!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It has met our expectations and then some. It is marvelous and I believe a number of our friends will be contacting you to do the same. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by daniel parker
I love this app!! There are times that I don't want to list to my Apple music because that would mean lugging around two separate devices. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Grace N.
Honestly, I can't ever say I really used the app much. I've had a Prime membership at varying points in time. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Philly Grad Student On the Go
Not bad. I will give it a 4 star if this app does have a screen saver to please the eye while your listening to the music.Published 1 day ago by MakeitRight