How to Play Your Amazon Music Library on Any Compatible Device

Listening to music on the go has never been easier thanks to music streaming services like Amazon Music. With Amazon Music, you can access over 100 million songs from all your devices – smartphone, tablet, computer, Echo devices, and more. Here’s a guide on how to play your Amazon Music library across different compatible devices.

Overview of Amazon Music Service Plans

Amazon offers a few music streaming plans:

  • Amazon Music Free: Access to top playlists and thousands of stations for free. Limited skips and streaming restrictions. Supported on Echo and Alexa devices only.
  • Amazon Music Prime: Free for Amazon Prime members. Offers access to 100 million songs ad-free and thousands of expertly curated playlists and stations. Can be streamed on most devices.
  • Amazon Music Unlimited: Paid subscription with access to over 100 million songs in HD, Ultra HD, and Spatial Audio. Individual and family plans available. Supports streaming across almost all devices.

The key difference between the paid plans is the size of music catalog, audio quality, number of devices supported, and ability to download songs for offline listening.

Play Amazon Music on Mobile Devices

The Amazon Music app is available for download on both iOS and Android mobile devices.

On iPhone and iPad

  • Download and install the free Amazon Music app from the App Store
  • Open the app and login using your Amazon account credentials
  • Browse your music library, playlists, stations etc. and tap on a song to start playback
  • Download songs, albums or playlists for offline listening by tapping the Download button

On Android Phones and Tablets

  • Get the Amazon Music app on Google Play Store
  • Open the app and login with your Amazon account
  • Access your music library and playlists and tap on anything to play
  • Long press a song, album or playlist and select Download to save it locally for offline playback

Play Amazon Music on Alexa Devices

Alexa devices like Echo speakers and displays have deep integration with Amazon Music. As an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber, you can ask Alexa to play songs from your personal library and playlists.

Here are some ways you can listen to Amazon Music on Alexa:

  • Say “Alexa, play my library” to play your recently played songs
  • Say “Alexa, play my Daily Mix playlist” to play personalized playlists
  • Say “Alexa, play artist name” to play songs of a particular artist
  • Say “Alexa, play song name” to play a specific song on-demand

You can manage playback as always by saying “next”, “previous”, “pause”, “resume” etc.

Play Amazon Music on Computer and Mac

You can access your Amazon Music on Windows and macOS devices using the Amazon Music desktop app or web player.

Using the Desktop App

  • Go to Amazon Music site and download the desktop app for your computer
  • Sign in using your Amazon account credentials
  • Import your local music files (MP3, FLAC etc.) if needed
  • Play any song, album, playlist, station from your music library

Using the Web Player

  • Go to on your browser
  • Login with your Amazon account
  • Click on a song, playlist or genre station to start listening
  • Hover on any item and click Download icon to save it for offline playback

Both the desktop app and web player allow downloading songs in original quality. The desktop app also supports importing your local music files.

Play Amazon Music in Your Car

You can easily listen to Amazon Music in your car by connecting your phone via Bluetooth or USB. If your car is compatible with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, you get added convenience like touch controls, voice commands etc.

Some cars also support Amazon Music integration for direct playback without the need for a phone. Check your car manual or touchscreen dashboard to see if Amazon Music app is available. If yes, login using your Amazon credentials and start listening!

Play Amazon Music on Gaming Consoles

Amazon Music app is available for download on PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles. Follow these instructions:

On PlayStation

  • Go to PlayStation Store and install Amazon Music
  • Open the app and login with your Amazon account
  • Navigate to your playlists, stations or songs and start listening

On Xbox

  • Turn on your Xbox and go to Microsoft Store
  • Search and install the Amazon Music app
  • Launch the app and sign in with your Amazon credentials
  • Access your music library and play your favorite songs

And that’s how you can seamlessly play your Amazon Music across mobile devices, Alexa gadgets, computers, car, game consoles and more! The ability to download and listen offline makes Amazon Music ideal for everyday music listening on the move.