We now can confirm that Amazon will be releasing a new music service called Amazon Music Unlimited thanks to a discovery from .
According to Elias at AFTVnews, the new Amazon Music service has the slogan listen to any song, which suggests you will get full access to the Amazon Music Library.
So how do we know this? Elias found these details inside the code of Amazons new Fire TV Music app. After noticing an unusual lack of Prime branding in the new Amazon Music app for the Fire TV, I began to suspect the app was released this week in preparation for the rumored new music service from Amazon. I did some digging through the apps code, as I am often inclined to do, and have found clear evidence that Amazon will indeed be launching a new premium streaming music service called Amazon Music Unlimited, said Elias from AFTVnews.com.
Elias also discovered that the new music service will be available at launch or close to it in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. It is rumored to cost $9.99 a month or $7.99 a month for Prime members. There will be a Echo-only plan for $4.99 a month.
This new service seems to be geared at taking on the new Apple Music service in an effort to keep Amazon on par or ahead of anything Apple is doing.
At this time we have no idea when the new service will come out but we expect it to be announced in the next few weeks now that they have an app out.
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