If you’re not satisfied with your music collection, you can download it for free on Amazon Music. However, if you’re like me, you don’t want to listen to commercials. Luckily, Amazon’s new service offers a great alternative. It allows you to listen to music on your computer or mobile device. Unlike iTunes, Amazon Music also supports offline listening. If you’re not familiar with this new feature, read on for more information.
One of the best parts about Amazon Music is its vast selection. You can listen to it on your desktop or mobile phone, and the web app is available for iOS and Android devices. It’s also available on Fire TVs, smart watches, and Alexa-enabled devices. There’s even a Car Mode for driving, which makes listening while you’re driving a whole lot easier. The Amazon Music app for Android also supports SD card downloads, but this feature is not available on Apple HomePods or Google Nest devices.
You can also get music recommendations from Amazon on the go with the new Car Mode. This feature gives you easy access to recently played songs and playlists, and lets you search the catalog using voice or text. Once you’re in Car Mode, you can even use Alexa to search for songs with a voice command. Then, when you’re ready to switch back to your usual music, simply tap the car icon at the top left corner of the app and start listening to your new music.