By now you've likely read a headline or ten about Amazon's new Prime Music service. If not, it's a new service from Amazon for Prime account holders that offers up what Amazon claims to be over 1 million songs from their music catalog at launch. It's available for Mac, Windows, Kindle, Roku, Samsung Smart TV's, web browsers, and of course, iOS and Android. Missing from that list is BlackBerry 10 smartphones but no matter.
If you really want to give it a go the Android version of the app works perfectly fine on BlackBerry 10 devices including the downloading and caching of songs for offline use. Something a lot of other Android music services seem to have trouble with. (May be 10.3 related though) All you need to do is download the APK file which and install it. From there, login to your Amazon Prime account or if you don't have one, try out the free 30 day trial and you're up and running with Amazon Prime Music.
You can grab the APK directly from the Amazon App Store which I know at least some of you have installed and if not, you can download the Amazon App Store APK directly from Amazon themselves and install it directly to your BlackBerry 10 smartphone. Additionally, if those options do not work for you, you can find the latest Amazon Music APK file right here via APKMirror.
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