The new year is just around the corner, and it looks like Amazon Music is going to be a bit of a busy one.
The music streaming service launched in the United States on December 2nd, 2017 and is currently available for both free and paid subscribers.
As of this writing, the company has over 1 billion active users, and that’s expected to grow by 50 million subscribers in 2018.
Amazon has also rolled out the Kindle Music app, which is designed to allow users to purchase, stream, and store songs, albums, and more.
The app has also recently added support for Amazon Music Premium, Amazon’s paid subscription service, and the Kindle Unlimited service.
Amazon Music has expanded its music service with the addition of the Amazon Prime Music streaming service, as well as a slew of new features like exclusive music deals and the ability to upload tracks directly to the service.
If you’re already an Amazon Music subscriber, you can check out our roundup of the best new features for the service, which includes the best music and the best apps for the most popular music genres.
We also recently reported on the latest news on Amazon’s Music platform, including Amazon Music Unlimited, the free subscription service that is currently rolling out in the US.
The biggest changes to Amazon Music over the past few years include its new music streaming app, Kindle Music, and a number of new additions.