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About Amazon Music for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

With the Amazon Music app, you can play or download music from your music library on your iPhone, iPad and/or iPod touch.

If you have an eligible Prime membership, you can stream and download Prime Music using the Amazon Music App. If you're not seeing Prime Music on your device, app, or account, make sure you meet the eligibility requirements, by going to Am I Eligible for Prime Music?

You can install the Amazon Music app from Apple's App Store. Search "Amazon Music" to find the app, and then follow the onscreen installation instructions.

If you already have an Amazon Music account, you can use the same e-mail address and password to sign in to the app. You'll then be able to see and play your entire music library from the Cloud tab.

The Device tab shows any iTunes music or playlists you already have stored on your device, as well as the music you've downloaded to your device from your music library.

Tips:
  • You can switch between Cloud and Device views by tapping the Cloud/Device toggle towards the top of your screen.
  • If you update a playlist in your iTunes library, you'll need to re-add it to the Amazon Music app by tapping Settings (the gear icon on the upper-right) and then Add playlists from device in order to see the changes.

If you're new to Amazon Music, you can start adding music to your music library by importing it from your computer.

You can also shop for new music by visiting the Digital Music Store from your device's web browser or your computer. Any new music you import from your music library or purchase from the Digital Music Store is automatically available under the Cloud tab within the Amazon Music app.

Note:

  • The Amazon Music app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is compatible with iOS 6 and above.
  • You can access many Amazon Music app controls and options (including Download, Delete, and Add to Playlist) by swiping sideways on an artist, album, song, playlist, or genre.
  • Amazon Digital Music file metadata may contain unique purchase identifiers. For more information, go to About Record Company Required Metadata.