We’re excited to announce that Amazon Music is now entering public beta on Sonos. We’ve had a great partner in Amazon with Amazon Music (now named Amazon Music Library on Sonos), cloud streaming for your music library. We’re very pleased to improve that framework with access to the full Amazon Music streaming service.
Amazon Music is available in the United States, free for all Amazon Prime subscribers. The service includes Prime Stations, professionally curated playlists, and full access to their on demand music library of artists, albums, and songs.
You can read more about adding your Amazon Prime account and using the new service here
. Please note that Amazon Music Library is still available as a service, Amazon Music will be available as well if you’re on the public beta.
Find out more about Amazon Music on Sonos on our blog here: http://blog.sonos.com/news/stream-amazon-music-to-sonos-speakers.
Please note, the Sonos public beta is available for Android, Mac and Windows PC controllers only. Though iOS controllers will be able to play music with the new Amazon Music service, you will need to use a different controller to add the service to Sonos once you're on beta. The iOS controllers will have limited settings since they can't update. Let us know if you have any questions.