Right now, new subscribers can get three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free.
Amazon has extended its free trial to three months, which is going to give everyone plenty of time to really try out its service and see if its any good.
Amazon Music Unlimited is normally priced at $9.99 per month, so this is a $30 value here, that you're getting for free.
With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get access to thousands of curated playlists and radio stations, as well as millions of songs which you can download for offline playback. It also provides you with the ability to create your own playlists. So you can make your own mixtape here.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers unlimited skips, unlike some other services out there. And there is no ads included here. Since you would normally be paying for this service, there doesn't need to be ads to pay for it. Which is definitely a good thing here. As ads can be annoying in between some songs.
As you might expect, Amazon Music Unlimited does work with Alexa for some hands-free listening. If you have an Echo, you can use your voice to tell Alexa to play music from Amazon Music Unlimited. For example, you could tell Alexa to play a specific song, or music from an artist, or even your playlist.
Now, it does also work on other platforms too. There is a web player available for playing music from your computer while you're working. And there is also the ability to play it on Android, and iOS, as well as Android Auto and Apple Carplay. So you can listen to Amazon Music Unlimited in the car while you're driving to work.
You can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited for three months by clicking here. Remember that after the three months are up, you will be charged automatically. So you'll want to make sure you cancel if you don't want to keep it.