Amazon prepares music streaming service
Amazon Prime Music only works for Prime subscribers. It also doesn't have as much music to stream as competitors. Amazon/Screenshot
Amazon is gearing up to take on Spotify and Apple Music with its own streaming music service, .
The service could be unveiled as soon as "late summer or early fall" and will cost .99 per month, the report notes.
Amazon already offers a streaming music service for its Prime subscribers called Prime Music, but its catalog is limited. The new standalone service is said to have a robust selection of music that's more comparable to Spotify's.
Reuters also notes that Amazon will have its music service integrate tightly with its voice-controlled Echo speaker, which already supports Prime Music, Spotify, and a number of other similar services.
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