Amazon is adding a huge vault of music videos to its Amazon Music Unlimited service. Not at all like a few contenders like YouTube Music, Amazon’s videos are simply accessible to paying subscribers, as indicated by Android Police — not audience members on the promotion supported complementary plan. Yet, the determination appears to be comparable to different services.
You’ll presently observe music videos appear as their own part in list items and on artist pages. There will likewise be music video playlists to watch through. Similarly as with YouTube Music, there’s a flip on the now playing screen to switch between the music video and simply the sound of whatever you’re as of now listening to.
The debut of music videos comes after Amazon brought its X-Ray highlight to the service for US and UK clients in November as an approach to show in the background random data and “fun facts” about as of now playing tracks.
Amazon Music Unlimited expenses $8 month to month for Prime individuals and the standard $10/month for non-Prime subscribers. That is for standard streaming quality, and Amazon additionally offers an “HD” level with lossless and hi-res streaming, which stays an extraordinary contribution contrasted with bigger contenders Spotify and Apple Music.