Amazon has released their very own streaming service, appropriately called Prime Music. Featuring only a million songs, the Prime Music service is designed as a sort of eclectic buffet for music listeners. To ease the transition, the old Cloud Player and MP3 Amazon apps will be folded up into the new Prime Music player.
To make its music catalog, Amazon has enlisted the support of indies with Warner and Sony (but not Universal). Those who subscribe to the yearly $100 Amazon Prime subscription will have access to Prime Music for free, on top of all the other perks that resonate with the membership.