For $99, Prime members get a streaming video service, e-book lending library, free two-day shipping—and starting today, a music service.
Amazon is rounding out its Prime membership with the addition of a streaming music service. On Thursday the e-commerce giant launched Prime Music with more than 1 million tracks that members can listen to for no additional cost. The service will be available on iOS, Android, Macs, Windows computers, and Kindle tablets.
"Prime offers the best of Amazon,” vice president of digital music Steve Boom told Fast Company (fastcompany). “We think it’s a great addition to the lineup because now Prime is a pretty comprehensive digital music and digital entertainment experience.”