moderated Re: accessing amazon music
Lee, Amanda * <amanda.lee@...>
Amazon Music is generally accessed via a Streaming App or Device such as any of Amazon’s Alexa-enabled devices or the Amazon Alexa App. I personally am a huge fan of Amazon Music and enjoy owning a number of Alexa-enabled devices.
I haven’t attempted to listen directly from the Amazon site.
There is an Alexa App for Windows 10 as well which one could use.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of David Diamond
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2019 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: accessing amazon music
To get prime music you have to pay for it. I know that because I have a prime membership. Which I have, the $8 per month more then covers the cost of shipping. Some items the shipping costs more then the actual item itself. I also enjoy the access to movies. Anyway, unless I am missing something you want to charge others for a service that you have to pay for. Is kind of like the person that bought a big box of batteries at a $ store then turned around and sold them at a marked up price at his garage sale.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of
I have been an Amazon prime member for a number of years and have considered setting up a payed subscription to this service, though as a prime member, I have access to a fairly extensive music library at no cost.
Earlier today, I identified a song through Amazon music and after pressing enter on the title, I attempted to locate a download link using the tab key. As the tabs were labeled as graphics, I wasn’t sure which one to select as a download key.
I was able to download the track through assistance from the Microsoft helpline.
Is there an accessible work-around to access amazon music?
I would appreciate any assistance.