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How to Download Songs on Amazon Prime Music for Offline Listening

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Amazon offers a bundle of services under their premium subscription call Amazon Prime.

You get free fast delivery on Prime products, you get Amazon Prime video for streaming terms of great video content. And you also get Amazon Prime music to listen to your favourite songs in high quality.


Why we all have got internet access at our homes, and on our mobile phones as well, you can still find yourself out places where the internet connectivity is weaker or there is no internet at all.

So if you are a music lover, you might want to know how to download songs in Amazon Prime music so that you can listen to them even when you are offline.

How to download songs in Amazon Prime Music Ap

Update: The new update adds the option to download the song on individual songs as well. So, now you can download any song just by tapping on the three dots on the top right-hand side.

And then, tap on ‘Download’, the songs will be added to ‘My Music’ tab as well as it will also be available offline.

You can also download songs or the entire album from the homepage of the app, by tapping on the three dots against the Song or Album cover and then tapping on Download.

Previous Method (Outdated)

Launch the app and go to your favourite song that you want to download on your device.

Now, you won’t find any direct option to download the song to your device, however, there is a workaround.

Tap on the three vertical dots on the top right-hand side, which pops up a handful of options, tap on ‘Add to my music’ and the song will be available in the ‘My Music’ tab which can be accessed from the bottom of the app.

So when you go to my music tab, it will list out all the songs you have added to my music.

You can again tap on the vertical dots in front of the particular song, you will not be able to get the option to download the song.

Tapping on ‘Download’ will make the song available offline even when you don’t have internet.

Note: To make sure you download the best possible quality available, you can go to the settings of Amazon Prime music, and tap on ‘Streaming Quality’ in the ‘Playback section.

It is an auto by default, you can select ‘Best Quality’ option and then exit the settings. This will force the app to get the best quality available for the particular song.

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