Sidify Amazon Music Converter
“Can I get Amazon Music for free if I’m a Prime member? Why am I still being charged for Amazon Music when I’m a Prime member? Why do I have to pay for Amazon Music while I have Prime?”
Amazon offers two streaming options. One is Amazon Prime Music while the other is Amazon Music Unlimited. If you are an Amazon Prime member, you can get Amazon Prime Music for free, or pay $7.99/month to upgrade to Amazon Music Unlimited, the standard price of which for non-Prime members is $9.99 per month. So what are the differences between Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited?
Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited share a variety of common features. No matter you are an Amazon Prime Music listener or an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber, you can stream ad-free Amazon Music and thousands of curated playlists and streaming stations. Both of them provide unlimited skips and the download feature for offline streaming.
The biggest differences between Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited lie in the amount of music library and the sound quality. Amazon Prime Music is a mini version of Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon Prime has over 2 million songs while Amazon Music Unlimited has more than 75 million tracks. In terms of sound quality, Amazon Prime Music is in SD, while Amazon Music Unlimited offers more options - SD, HD, and millions of songs in Ultra HD.
To conclude, whether it’s free to get Amazon Music for a Prime member depends on you choose Amazon Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited. It’s completely free to get Amazon Prime Music if you are a Prime member. If you want to stream more Amazon Music or listen to Amazon Music in higher audio quality, you can pay $7.99/month to upgrade to the Amazon Music Unlimited.
It’s worth mentioning that Amazon Music Unlimited offers a 30-day free trial. You can upgrade to the Amazon Music Unlimited for free for the first month to check whether you like the service.
It’s known to us all that Amazon Music is a streaming service. If you cancel your Prime membership or discontinue your subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited, you’ll lose access to Amazon Music, including those you've already downloaded in the past.
Yet you can use some recording tools to record Amazon Music and save them to your local computer before your subscription expires. What makes a good recording tool? 1) It should be intelligent, avoiding setting up the starting and ending points manually. 2) It shouldn’t record any background noise. 3) It should keep good audio quality. 4) It should be user-friendly. The simpler, the better.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter is the tool that meets all the requirements listed above. It’s an easy-to-use tool that can help you record high-quality Amazon Music without noise within 5 simple steps.
Step 1Download, Install and Launch Sidify Amazon Music Converter
Open Sidify Amazon Music Converter, and you'll see the simple and concise interface as below:
Notes: Once Sidify Amazon Music Converter is launched, the Amazon Music app would be opened in the background automatically.
Step 2Import Amazon Music to Sidify.
Drag & drop a playlist from the Amazon Music App to Sidify. Sidify will automatically recognize the link and list out all the songs in the playlist. Choose the Amazon Music that you want to listen to after canceling the renewal, then click OK.
Step 3Choose Output Format and Customize Output Path.
Go to the gear-shaped Settings icon in the upper-right corner. Here you can select the output format (Auto/MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF), specify the output folder, customize how you’d like to sort out the converted files, etc.
Notes: If you don't need a specific format, Auto is the recommended output format.
Step 4Export Amazon Music to the Computer.
Click Convert and Sidify would immediately start exporting the Amazon Music to your local computer.
Step 5Find the Amazon Music Downloads on the Local Drive.
Click Converted and you can check what have been downloaded successfully. Go to the output folder set in Step 3 and you can find all the Amazon Music downloads.
Since you’ve downloaded the Amazon Music to your local drive, you can keep listening to them even if you cancel the subscription.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter is shareware. It converts the first three minutes of each audio file for sample testing and needs a license to unlock the full version. You can download it for a free trial and then decide whether to get it or not.
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