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Amazon Music Unlimited arrives in 28 countries

Amazon Music Unlimited arrives in 28 countries

Amazon announced today that Alexa has been updated to include support for music alarms.

The feature works by asking Alexa to "Wake me up each morning at 8am by playing [song name or genre]". An option to choose the songs your preferred streaming service including Amazon's Prime Music or partner services like Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora will also be present. This feature can be activated by saying, "Alexa, set an alarm for to time to song ". You can tell Alexa to wake you up to music for a specific activity, like running, at a certain time, as well as a certain mood of music - relaxing music, for example.

A variety of voice commands can be used to set up these alarms.

The company will also launch Amazon Music Unlimited in Belgium and the Netherlands, according to De Tijd.




When checking out one of the many music streaming services available nowadays, you just can not miss those mindless user comments saying that some popular hit is missing.

The feature has not been rolled out in all regions and devices yet. Only the Fire TV will not work as a music alarm clock, probably because nobody leaves the TV on the entire night every night.

Amazon has been trying to promote its products like the Echo range of smart speakers among others by offering innovative features to enhance the user experience.

Amazon Music playlists including "The Twenty" and "Introducing" are custom-tailored for new territories by Amazon Music experts. Finally, Amazon Music subscribers in particular are also given the option of telling Alexa to wake them up with a song with specific lyrics, an option for those who know the song but can't remember its name.


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