Amazon has put out its own music streaming service, Amazon Prime music if you’re already an Amazon Prime member you can access this service for free as part of your membership want to learn how to use them Amazon music app you’ve come to the right place.
Watch the video at the end of the article for better understanding.
I’m Jessica from tech boomers comm and in this video I’ll be showing you how to use Amazon music now let’s get started if you have it installed Amazon music yet you can download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play Store on your iOS or Android device once you’ve installed the app you can sign in enter your email address and password to sign into your Amazon account allow access to your devices music library if you’d like to be able to access the music on your device as well as Amazon’s music streaming library all in one place.
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You’ll then be introduced to Alexa Amazon’s voice assistant, Alexa can help you find and play whatever music you might be looking for tap get started when prompted allow the app to access your device’s microphone in order to use Alexa at anytime say Alexa to enable the voice command system.
You’ll now be taken to the Amazon music homepage recommended playlists will be presented near the top of your screen tap new to prime to see albums playlists and songs that have recently been added to the app top charts to see what songs are most popular on prime music right now.
By default you’ll see the most popular songs for all genres, to see popular songs from a specific genre
- Tap all genres
- Then select the genre you want to see.
The top chart for tap a song to start playing it to access playback controls swipe the circle at the bottom of your screen upwards using the controls at the bottom of your screen. You can
- Pause the song you’re playing,
- Skip to the next song,
- Go back to the previous song,
- Turn on repeat or shuffle
The bottom rate icon will open a screen that shows the playlist you’re currently listening to, tap the arrow in the top left corner to go back. You can also ask Alexa to do these things for you, for example if you say Alexa pause, your music will pause to minimize the playback window swipe downwards from the top of your screen. Let’s have a look now at the menu bar at the bottom of your screen, tap browse in the bottom left corner to go back to your home screen. To see a list of songs and playlists you’ve recently listened to, tap my music to see any songs or albums.
You have stored on your device tapping Alexa in the bottom right corner will activate the Alexa voice command system. The same way that saying Alexa out loud does if you’d like to find a specific song album, artist or playlist, tap the search icon then type in what you’re looking for.
You can also ask Alexa to play any of these things for you by saying ‘Alexa play’, followed by whatever you want to listen to at the top of the homepage. You’ll see a few different tabs, the home tab is self-explanatory, tap recommend it to see songs the Amazon music thinks you like, based on what you’ve listened to before.
Tap stations to access Amazon’s digital radio stations, narrow down your options by genre or artist by tapping popular genres and artists at the top. To select a genre simply scroll down and tap the genre you’d like to listen to, to select an artist, tap all artists then select the artist whose music you’d want to listen to. The last tab is playlists or you can see tons of popular playlists, to filter them, tap all moods and genres. Then select the type of mood or genre you’d like to listen to. That covers everything you need to know about Amazon music.
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