Now, apple users have myriads of options for legal music downloads in the iTunes Store. However, let's face it that Android users don't really have much of a choice when it comes to downloading music. The few sources that we have don't really offer us much of a choice for music. The number of songs is limited and more often than not, they don't even have the track we're looking for.

Part 1: The Top 5 Amazon Music App for Android

Now, we've got good news for you. Amazon, the popular online store, has a number of music apps that are actually pretty decent and have a good collection of music. They are completely legal. Here is a list of five of the best Amazon music app for Android which are definitely worth a try; and best of all, they are optimized for Android. Amazon welcomes you to try these apps.

1. Amazon Music

Amazon Music is a free app from which allows you to stream music and download it as well if you want to listen to them offline. It boasts a collection of over 28 million songs and more than a million albums. It currently holds the #2 position for the most downloaded music players in the Google play store. The interface is quite simple and makes browsing for music really easy.

This app gives you the option to search the music you want by browsing genres, exploring bestsellers, checking out playlists, and so on; so, you can find the perfect track to suit your mood. Another great benefit this app gives you is that, it allows you to import the music on your device to your library making all your favorite tracks accessible in one place.Moreover, its line-by-line synchronized lyrics display is its another fun feature. There are several good reasons to make it a definite must-have on your device.

2. Prime music

This is an extension of the Amazon music app for Android and is designed to help you make the best out of it. This also lets stream your music from a cloud or your android device.Prime music is free to use and has a number of stations you can tune-in to and listen. You can choose a music station by genre or artist and have the benefit of unlimited skips. Here, you can personalize the station according to your taste by pressing thumbs up or thumbs down. The playlists are prepared by music experts and with every song you play; you'll discover recommendations personalized to your choice. If you install Amazon Music on your Android, do install prime music to enhance your listening experience manifold.

3. Autorip

Autorip, a service from Amazon, will automatically add the mp3 versions of the CDs one bought from the Amazon store to their cloud player library, and doesn't even count against the cloud storage limits. The good news is, this service is extended to all the albums you have bought from the online store dating back to 1998. This is not only a retroactive service; it is valid for all music CD titles you have or will purchase from

The autorip music is stored as MP3 files with a bitrate of 256kbps, which is a pretty good quality. While most of the mp3 versions of the songs you buy in CD format are available on Amazon AutoRip, there are always some unavailable ones due to copyright problems; but they keep trying to resolve them and so, more titles are being added to the Autorip library every day.

The service is completely free to use and available for all major platforms, including Android. The transfers happen automatically and easily. Your updated collection will be conveniently available in your Amazon cloud player.

4. Amazon Front Row

Not exactly a music streaming or download app, the Amazon Front Row is something for music junkies, the fans and the passionate music savvy people, who want to keep up with the latest buzz in the music industry. It is basically a blog or hub, which is a part of Amazon music. It publishes news related to music, interviews, and updates on your favorite artists and so on. You can also get access to various festivals and concerts with this app. Much of their content is exclusive and there's always something new to look out for.

5. Amazon Music UK

Amazon Music UK is the version of the Amazon Music app, which is optimized for music lovers in the United Kingdom. It is basically the same thing as Amazon music, just more Brit than the rest of the world.The app comes with a 30-day free trial. After which, you will be charged a fee of ?79 a year, which also includes unlimited one-day delivery for its members, access to 15,000 movies and TV shows and 800,000 kindle titles. That seems pretty reasonable given that Apple music and Spotify charge about ?180 and ?100 a year respectively. However, there's no need to rush it; there's a thirty day free trial period for you to see if it suits you. However, we're pretty sure you won't be disappointed.

So these are five of the best Amazon Music apps for Android. The collection of music is large and there is something that fits everyone’s taste. Do try them out to get Amazon music for Android. Save yourself and music by helping to kill piracy.

Part 2: The Best Music Manager for Android - iMusic


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