Amazon has recently announced that its Music service is coming to Android TV, as Android Police has spotted a listing for the TV version of the app appearing now in the Google Play Store. It’s not available just yet, but there is an option to pre-register for it.
Now other music streaming services have been available on Android TV for some time. Spotify Android TV was introduce back in May 2016, and Tidal made the jump to Android TV back in December 2017. There are a few screenshots for the Amazon Music on the app listing that give a preview of how it will look, and the interface is quite clean and stripped down.
Amazon Music comes bundled with Prime accounts, and provides access to over two million songs, ad-free. The upgraded tier, called Amazon Music Unlimited, gives you access to over 50 million songs on-demand, along with high-quality audio options. There’s no word on when the app will officially become available, but you can reserve it in the Play Store now. So go ahead and check it out now.