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Amazon Music with Prime Music

by Amazon.com
Platform: Android Rated: All Ages
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,396 customer reviews)

Price: FREE
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 4.0.4
  • Bug fixes

Product Details

  • ASIN: B004FRX0MY
  • Release Date: March 21, 2011
  • Rated: All Ages This app may include dynamic content. What's this?
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,396 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #309 Free in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Free in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Play your entire music library, wherever you go
  • Shop over 28 million songs and over a million albums, right in the app
  • Amazon Prime members can access over a million songs and hundreds of custom-built playlists for free - it's a new membership benefit called Prime Music
  • Find what you want by searching, browsing genres, or exploring bestsellers
  • Discover the same low prices, special deals, and free music you can find on Amazon.com

Product Description

Use Amazon Music to access and play music stored in the cloud or locally on your device:
• Start with digital music you’ve bought from Amazon – when you first sign in, eligible MP3s will be added to your cloud library for free.
• MP3 versions of any AutoRip CDs you’ve bought from Amazon since 1998 will also be waiting for you in your cloud library.
• Play music that is already stored on your Android phone or tablet.
• Shop over 28 million songs, right in the app. Discover new music, bestsellers, and free music from rising artists.
• Download music from your cloud library to your device for offline playback.
• Visit www.amazon.com/musiclibrary on your PC or Mac and import your music collection from iTunes or any other music folders. Once imported from your computer, music will instantly be available on your Android device.

New! Amazon Prime members can access their newest benefit – Prime Music:
• Over a million songs from thousands of popular artists
• Hundreds of custom-built playlists for quick and easy ad-free streaming playback
• Browse the Prime Music catalog, easily adding music to your library to build and mix with your own music collection
• Download Prime songs, albums, and playlists easily and quickly for offline playback on mobile devices
• All for free with Amazon Prime membership

With Amazon Music, you can:
• Stream your music from the cloud.
• Download locally to enjoy your music offline – no Wi-Fi or mobile network needed.
• Create and edit playlists.
• Control your music from your home screen.
• Use Bluetooth to stream your music in your house or car.
• You can also listen to music in your Amazon Music library on your Kindle Fire, PC, Mac, iOS device, Sonos, Roku, or Samsung Smart TV.

Technical Details

  • Size: 18.7MB
  • Version: 4.0.4
  • Developed By: Amazon.com (Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window)
  • Application Permissions: (Help me understand what permissions mean)
    • Write to external storage
    • Read the low-level system log files
    • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
    • com.amazon.dcp.sso.permission.USE_DEVICE_CREDENTIALS
    • Access the list of accounts in the Accounts Service
    • Act as an AccountAuthenticator for the AccountManager
    • Read only access to device state
    • Get notified that the operating system has finished booting
    • com.amazon.dcp.config.permission.DYN_CONFIG_VALUES_UPDATED
    • com.amazon.identity.permission.CAN_CALL_MAP_INFORMATION_PROVIDER
    • com.amazon.dcp.settings.permission.READ_SETTINGS
    • Manage the list of accounts in the AccountManager
    • Broadcast sticky intents
    • com.amazon.CONTENT_PROVIDER_ACCESS
    • Access information about networks
    • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
    • com.amazon.mp3.permission.C2D_MESSAGE
    • com.amazon.CONTENT_NOTIFICATION_ACCESS
    • com.amazon.identity.permission.GENERIC_IPC
    • com.amazon.dcp.sso.permission.account.changed
    • Request authtokens from the AccountManager
    • com.amazon.dcp.metrics.permission.METRICS_PERMISSION
    • com.amazon.dcp.sso.permission.EXPIRE_ACCESS_TOKEN
    • com.amazon.identity.auth.device.perm.AUTH_SDK
    • Allows an application to receive messages via Google Cloud Messaging
    • Connect to paired bluetooth devices
    • Open network sockets
    • Change Wi-Fi connectivity state
    • com.amazon.dcp.sso.permission.CUSTOMER_ATTRIBUTE_SERVICE
    • com.amazon.dcp.sso.permission.MANAGE_COR_PFM
    • Access the vibration feature
    • Discover and pair bluetooth devices
  • Minimum Operating System: Android 4.0
  • Approximate Download Time: Less than 3 minutes

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
198 of 232 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not ver functional September 30, 2012
By TC
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The app plays music fine and is easy to purchase music with, but it is not very good other than that.

Be warned that you cannot set the app to download music to an SD card, you have to use the internal memory. Also, you cannot create a playlist on your device and sync it to the cloud.
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596 of 731 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars IMPROVED AND BETTER. November 11, 2011
Verified Purchase
I previously wrote a negative review years ago... But now? WOW! Prime Music has changed everything for me, and I'm happy to endorse this app and the service! I've deleted the old review and have totally changed my mind.

My only complaint now is that this app is NOT compatible (or available) on Amazon Fire TV, and this just doesn't make sense! I can load Pandora and a dozen other music services on the Fire TV, but Amazon's own Prime Music service isn't available on their own hardware? WHY?!? Amazon, PLEASE get with it and put this app on the Amazon Fire TV! I would definitely get a lot of use out of it!!!
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84 of 100 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unable to save downloaded MP3s wherever you want. June 6, 2012
This app downloads MP3s to a directory called "Amazon Mp3" on the internal storage of your device. Many Android devices these days, especially tablets, can take external expansion cards (eg microSDHC cards), and it is common for people to choose to store their media in external storage. This app doesn't allow you to choose where you want to store your downloaded MP3s.
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184 of 228 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars How do I hate thee? Let me count the ways.... December 18, 2011
Verified Purchase
First, let me say: I have an Amazon Kindle Fire -- and I love it. This app is NOT the app that runs on the Kindle Fire. This app is, instead, what you run on an Android phone/tablet. With that being said:

This app is crap. It's entire focus is to get you to BUY music, rather than stream music from your Amazon Cloud Drive. The app is incredibly commercial-centric. From the moment you start it up you're given two choices/buttons: Cloud Drive Music or Store. Each time you boot it up, you get the same two stupid buttons: Cloud Drive or Store. The "Store" is ever present, regardless of where you may be within the app. What's more, the app continuously crashes hangs on my multiple devices: LG Optimus Slider, Motorola Triumph, and XOOM tablet. Regardless of whether you are using Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich, etc. EXPECT crashes and hangs. This app is total, total worthless crap if you have a lot of music on your Cloud Drive (like I do).

Amazon could do sooo much better.... Again: Total crap.
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars No External SD Support = Useless May 24, 2013
Verified Purchase
This MP3 player is useless on my Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.04 phone. The app will only use the phone's internal memory to store all of its data. All the wasted megabytes for their album cover cache, and you can get about 15 or 20 albums at most on the phone (depending on other apps you have) before you will fill up an S3. Streaming is fine, but that only works when you are on Wi-Fi unless you want to eat up your small (these days) monthly G4 LTE bandwidth cap. Which is fine if you only listen to your music occasionally, but not so cool if you are an every day audiophile like anyone who would bother to pay a monthly fee for Amazon's MP3 cloud progam. So yeah, it's useless. Deleted app, canceling cloud subscription, will just use a competitor cloud product and rip CD's or whatever, if they can't make it convenient, then what good is it, really?
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars No music, cannot uninstall August 21, 2011
I don't even remember how or when I downloaded this. Bought one cd on the cloud and can never seem to play it. I also cannot force stop, or uninstall. What a crap application. -htc incredible.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
I love the concept of a cloud drive, especially from my preferred vendor of MP3s, however the player/store needs a reworking. There are some performance issues which I'm sure they're working on since this is the initial launch, however my real gripes are with their overall approach to playing music from a their own remote source.

Why must shopping/playing from cloud/playing locally feel like three completely separate tasks in one app? Instead of trying to jam two apps into one, and still giving the user that segregated feeling, give this app some synergy! I know that's pretty lame buzzword, but listen...

The concept is simple at the high level:
The user's list of tracks should be unification of what is online only, and what they have locally... NOT two separate lists. I'd like to see indicators of a track's source, but I should be able to make a playlist (or at least a track selection) that pulls from BOTH sources. This would actually save their bandwidth to pull from local storage whenever possible. Keep the ability to switch to "offline" mode, but it should not be the default, and it should NOT feel like a separate app/task/list. Much better user experience.

On top of that, Amazon could sell much more music through the player by giving us the ability to sample music similar to our own library, or what we just listened to. They've got their "similar customers" logic down pretty good, why not put it right in the player? Don't force it on us, but offer it. As much flack as Apple gets for it's "Genius" lists, that stuff sells a lot of music. I would think this would be easy for Amazon.

My last suggestion may be a pipe dream but for Android 2.2+ users, Amazon really should tie into the Voice Actions events.
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I just downloaded my first album from Amazon. So disapointed it is only 256 Kbps. I will not buy anymore. I want either flac or 320Kbps. End of story.
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