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Amazon Music Can Stream Music Videos, Available for ‘Unlimited’ Subscribers: Report

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Written by Himanshu Gupta
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Amazon Music app has got a new update for its Android users that comes with the ability to stream videos. With this update, Amazon Music is taking on YouTube Music that enables video streaming. This streaming feature is restricted only to Unlimited paid subscribers.

The Android app for Amazon Music has recently got a new update on Google Play that comes along with video streaming support. Unfortunately, this subscription is not available for Indian users, but US users can get Amazon Music Unlimited for roughly Rs. 600 per month for Prime members or Rs. 700 for non-Prime members.

In India, membership is packed with Prime membership and these paid users provide offline downloads and ad-free streaming benefits.

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There is not much information on how this new music videos streaming feature will work, but it could be possible that the company is making its own catalog of music videos that appears to promote its paying customers. In order to take over YouTube Music, it appears to help the Unlimited users discover clips from favorite artists and increase engagement and app usage time.

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