Amazon is bringing new features to its smart TV box. You can now use an Amazon Fire TV to stream music to your TV. The feature will let you access any MP3 songs or albums you’ve purchased from Amazon as well as Amazon AutoRip content which provides you with an MP3 version of physical albums you purchase from Amazon. But as of June 30th, you still can’t yet stream free tunes from Amazon Prime Music. Prime Music launched in mid-June, offering members of the Amazon Prime subscription service the ability to stream over a million songs at no additional cost. That means for $99 per year, you get access to a large library of music, TV shows, movies and eBooks as well as free 2-day shipping on millions of items.
It looks as though Amazon is working to deliver new features to its smart TV box known as the Amazon Fire TV. For instance, users are now able to make use of the Amazon Fire TV in order to stream music directly to your TV, now how about that? This particular feature enables users to gain access to just about any MP3 songs or albums that have been purchased prior from Amazon, in addition to Amazon AutoRip content that offers you an MP3 version of whatever physical albums (mostly in the form of CDs) that have been purchased before over Amazon. However, as of today, one is still unable to stream free tunes from Amazon Prime Music. Amazon Prime Music was first launched earlier this month, where members of the Amazon Prime subscription service gained the ability to stream more songs than you can shake a stick at – we are talking about over one million of these bad boys, all without having to fork out a single cent more. This would translate to having access to a huge collection of music, TV shows, movies and eBooks for $99 annually in the U.S., in addition to a free 2-day shipping should you decide to pick up items via your online shopping spree.