Amazon has launched its Prime Music streaming service. As rumored, Prime Music doesn’t contain much in the way of new music, instead focusing on tracks—around a million in total—that seem to be at least six months old. The site also offers hundreds of curated playlists for its users, all of whom either have to be paid Amazon Prime subscribers, or people who scammed the system by signing up for a month-long trial under yet another new e-mail and mailing address. (Not that anyone would do that.)
Prime Music is accessible via Amazon’s homepage, but also via the music section on the Kindle Fire HDX/HD and the Amazon MP3 and Cloud Player apps for Android and iOS.