Amazon Music UWP App comes to Windows 10 through Desktop Bridge

If Amazon Music is your prie way to enjoy music through streaming, Windows 10 users have got some big news. Amazon Music App has made its way to the Windows 10. The app was built using the Desktop Bridge, a program which allows to bring the classic apps as UWP apps and is now available in the Microsoft Store on your PC.

Features of Amazon Music on Windows 10:

  • Explore curated playlists and stations, ad-free and with unlimited skips Listen to Prime Music free with a membership
  • You will need Amazon Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited Amazon Music Unlimited Choose from tens of millions of songs, thousands of curated playlists and stations,
  • Get personalized recommendations.
  • Stream weekly new releases from today’s most popular artist.
  • Exclusive Prime member pricing Prime Music Enjoy a curated catalog of two million songs, playlists, and stations.
  • Ad-free and included with your Prime membership
  • You can also play local music that’s on your computer.

We already know that Amazon Alexa is coming to Windows 10, and now with Amazon Music as well, it won’t be surprising that Amazon will bring more of the services to the platform.

That said, while the app is listed, it did not allow me to download, and says currently unavailable. Possible that it’s restricted to my region. Let me know if it works for you.

via Matteo

Yogesh Mankani is a freelance content writer from last 6 years. His passion for blogging, giving words to his ideas and thoughts is what makes him fall more in love with his profession which he takes very personally.

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