Amazon has announced an ad-supported tier of Amazon Music to take on Spotify and Apple Music. The free version of Amazon Music will be available to customers who don’t have an Amazon Prime or Amazon Music Unlimited membership.
Amazon has launched a new Kindle that is specifically built for kids. The Kindle Kids Edition was launched alongside Fire HD 10 Kids Edition tablet. This is the first time Amazon has come up with a Kindle meant for kids. Amazon is also offering colorful cases for $20 and is bundling in two-year warranty and one-year free access to FreeTime Unlimited service.
Amazon today announced its new lossless music streaming service dubbed Amazon Music HD. The company will allow users to stream or download and listen to lossless music with this new service.
For Prime Day 2019 (July 15-16), Amazon is offering sweet discounts on not just Apple products but a variety of other electronic products and items including Bluetooth earphones, speakers, TVs, smartwatches, and more. If you have some money to burn and are hunting for some great Prime Day 2019 deals, check out our roundup below.
Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service has registered a staggering growth of more than 70% in the past year. According to Financial Times Amazon Music currently has 32 million subscribers.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to license and offer a new premium music subscription service by the end of 2019 with high definition content. This could give Amazon’s music streaming service a major advantage over Apple Music and Spotify which have been gaining millions of subscribers every quarter.
Earlier this month, there was a report that outlined how some Amazon employees have access to listen in on Alexa requests doled out by customers out in the real world. Now, a follow-up report suggests that available information for those employees could include home addresses.
If you have a select Sonos-branded speaker and use Apple Music, then today your device is getting a nice little trick thanks to Amazon Alexa support.
A Bloomberg report claims that thousands of Amazon employees listen to voice recordings of Amazon Echo customers from around the world. The voice recordings are heard by the team to help improve Alexa. They are transcribed, annotated, and then updated into the software again to improve the voice assistant’s speech recognition skills.