Amazon Music

Amazon Music

Run Amazon Music in distraction-free window, manage multiple Amazon Music accounts easily and more with the unofficial Amazon Music desktop app for Mac and PC on WebCatalog.

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Benefits of Desktop App:

WebCatalog Spaces

Organize Apps into Tidy Collections

Group all your emails, messaging apps and web services, including Amazon Music into tidy collections with Spaces.

Manage Multiple Accounts

Manage multiple Amazon Music accounts at the same time and switch between them with a single click.

Stay Focused

Launch Amazon Music quickly from dock or taskbar and run Amazon Music in self-contained, distraction-free windows.

Work More Productively

Enhance Amazon Music with keyboard shortcuts, menubar/tray integration, protocol handlers and much more!

Stay Secured

Protect your data from sneaky eyes with passwords or Touch ID.
Amazon Music (previously Amazon MP3) is a music streaming platform and online music store operated by Amazon. Launched in public beta on September 25, 2007, in January 2008 it became the first music store to sell music without digital rights management (DRM) from the four major music labels (EMI, Universal, Warner, and Sony BMG), as well as many independents. All tracks were originally sold in 256 kilobits-per-second variable bitrate MP3 format without per-customer watermarking or DRM; however, some tracks are now watermarked. Licensing agreements with recording companies restrict the countries in which the music can be sold.After the United States, Amazon MP3 was launched in the United Kingdom on December 3, 2008, in Germany on April 1, 2009, and in France on June 10, 2009. The German edition has been available in Austria and Switzerland since December 3, 2009. The Amazon MP3 store was launched in Japan on November 10, 2010. The Spanish and Italian editions were launched on October 4, 2012. The edition in Mexico was announced 7 November 2018.On September 17, 2019, Amazon Music announced the launch of Amazon Music HD, a new tier of lossless quality music with more than 50 million songs in High Definition (16bit/44.1kHz), and millions of songs in Ultra High Definition (24(bit)/44(kHz), 24/48, 24/96, 24/192), the highest-quality streaming audio available. Amazon is now among Tidal and Qobuz who offer lossless music for audiophiles.As of January 2020, Amazon Music had 55 million listeners.

Website: music.amazon.com


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