Amazon Music now supports Chromecast on Android devices

Amazon Music now supports Chromecast on Android devices

Well, it is now a welcome gesture from the Amazon that they have embedded the support of Chromecast in the Amazon Music.

Amazon Music, one of the less popular of the many mainstream music streaming offferings, has added Chromecast support to its Android app.

For just 99p, yes you read that correctly, you can get three months of Amazon Music Unlimited. 99p!

Music Unlimited also has a few extras in the mix, including the ability to download songs to listen to while offline; a boon for commuters on London's Underground.

Of course, this support makes sense for both the companies and their consumers: Google gets another compatible service for its Chromecast while Amazon pleases owners (or future owners) of Google's product.

It is apparently available to all customers, Prime members or not. This service also sets itself apart from the competition by having a lower monthly fee for Prime Members - $7.99 instead of $9.99 for non-members - so if you don't have any deep loyalty to your current service, it's a good deal. Many users started receiving the feature by starting of this month.

If you're an Amazon Music subscriber, give it a go and let us know if it's working for you.

Additionally, the Android users will also be able to customize whether or not their keyboard has borders on the keys, as well as whether or not symbols and secondary characters. Then, select the photos and continue. Technically, this should allow you to listen to your tunes on your Chromecasts, including the TV, your Chromecast built-in speakers, your Google Homes, and your Assistant speakers.

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