Discussion in 'Streaming Services' started by +48V, Oct 12, 2016.
Amazon Music app for Android quietly gets Chromecast support
^ Well, the app on my phone has the Chromecast button, but the app on my Amazon tablet (which has had the Google Play Store side-loaded) does not.
Say goodbye to uploading your rips. Amazon is shuttering uploads, other services are expected to follow suit.
No biggie, I can't think of an album I've uploaded that isn't now available for streaming via most services.
It looks like those, like me, that are paying for the $25 a year service will be supported until they stop paying...unless I am misunderstanding their statement. I have thousands of my files uploaded since I don’t subscribe to an on demand service available on the Echo. I get the version of Amazon Music that comes with my prime account. I admittedly use it more for other services and with Bluetooth, but I like having music from my library available.
It will give me another excuse to buy a HomePod.
We do love our toys!
"Amazon today announced that Amazon Music listeners can now build playlists using voice commands via Alexa. For example, if they’re streaming music from an app or listening to the radio on an Alexa-enabled device, they can use voice commands to add the current song to a playlist, or start a new playlist from scratch."
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