Amazon Music

Amazon Music is a music streaming platform operated by Amazon. There are four subscription options — Amazon Music Free, Amazon Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Amazon Music HD. The Amazon Music app is available on desktop, iOS and Android devices, and also as a web player.

How to make a playlist:


  1. Open the Amazon Music app on an iOS or Android device.
  2. Tap the “My Music” tab at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Tap “Create New Playlist.”
  4. Name the playlist and tap “Save.”
  5. Select the artists, albums, or songs to be added to the playlist by tapping the “+” icon next to their name.
  6. Tap the “-” icon to remove the artists, albums, or songs.
  7. If necessary, switch between categories at the top of the screen.
  8. Tap “Done.”
  9. To make changes to the playlist, tap the three dots under the album art at the top.
    • A pop-up will appear.
    • Tap “Add more songs” to reopen the ‘add music’ page, or “Edit” to make changes.
    • Tap the red “-” icon next to a song to delete it; songs can be added from this page as well.
    • Tap “Done” when finished with the changes.


  1. Open the Amazon Music desktop app or web player.
  2. Click “Create Playlist” on the right hand side in the desktop app, and on the left hand side in the web player.
  3. Name the playlist.
  4. Click “Save” to create an empty playlist under the title.
  5. Click “Explore & Add” to begin searching for and adding songs.
  6. To delete an added song, right-click on it and select “Remove from My Music” from the pop-up menu.
  7. To add a song to an existing playlist, right-click on it, select “Add to Playlist” from the pop-up menu, and then choose the desired playlist.

How to stream on desktop:

  1. Log into your Amazon account.
  2. Click the box with the three parallel lines at the top left corner of the screen.
  3. Click “Amazon Music” to be redirected to the Amazon Music home page.
  4. Use the menu on the left side of the screen to create, access, or add playlists, and to search via an album, artist, or genre.
  5. The search bar at the top left will allow browsing through all titles available.

How to stream on mobile:

  1. Download the Amazon Music app from the App Store or Google Play store.
  2. Launch the app.
  3. Enter your Amazon login information.
  4. Tap “Library” at the bottom of the app to get a customized home screen where new lists can be created, and playlists and recently added songs can be seen.
  5. The play or pause control will be displayed at the bottom of the screen while music is playing.
  6. Tap the three dots on the screen to receive more options, i.e., the option to download, share, and so on.


  1. Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Prime Music songs can be downloaded for offline playback (Offline Mode) in the following way:
    • Select the music (song, album, playlist, etc.) to be downloaded.
    • Tap the three dots on the screen, and then tap “Download.”
  2. Amazon Music HD subscribers must re-download offline music to stream in HD or Ultra HD.
  3. Amazon Prime Music is only accessible within the Amazon Music app; thus, it is not possible to export titles for use on other apps and devices.


  • Similar to Apple Music, songs purchased from the digital music section of Amazon must be deleted on Amazon Music for the stream to count.
  • Avoid bot-like behavior.
  • Do not loop a song or use only one playlist.
  • Interact with the app by skipping songs, changing playlists, and so on.
  • When creating track focused playlists, add 2 – 3 other songs in between two consecutive focus tracks to avoid filtering of streams.
  • Do not shuffle the playlist as that will change its predetermined order; thus, failing to promote the main track.
  • To add the same song to the same playlist more than once, simply tap “Yes” when prompted.

Why streaming on Amazon Music is important:

Streaming on Amazon Music is important for music charts, including Billboard, and helps boost BTS’ sales. Furthermore, popular tracks receive more exposure to the general public.



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