For a limited time, you can get a 90-day free trial to Amazon Music HD for free. But this deal is not going to last long. So if you want to check out Amazon Music HD, now is the time to do it.
Amazon Music HD normally goes for $12.99 per month, so it's not super expensive, especially for a high-fidelity music streaming service. But it might not be for everyone.
Amazon has over 50 million songs available in HD on this service. So there's definitely some music for everyone available here. It's double the bitrate of other streaming music services, and what that translates too is bigger files being streamed with more bandwidth. So you are going to get a totally different listening experience and may even hear sounds that you hadn't heard before.
Now, Amazon also has millions of songs available in Ultra HD, which has 10x the bitrate of other streaming services, giving you even better sounding audio. To really take advantage of this though, you'll want a really good pair of headphones. Then you can really hear the difference.
We're talking up to 850kbps on the HD songs and 3730Kbps on the Ultra HD songs. Versus just 320Kbps on regular songs from streaming services like Spotify, Google Play Music and Apple Music. It's not quite lossless, but still really good.
Amazon Music HD is basically for those audiophiles out there that really take their audio quality seriously.
Most headphones and speakers will support this higher bitrate too. Making it super easy to use Amazon Music HD with your existing hardware. It is available on both Android and iOS, as well as Amazon's own Fire devices like the Fire TV and Fire tablets.
You can sign up for a 90-day free trial of Amazon Music HD by clicking here.