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Countless people use Sonos and its hardware for multi-room setups, the company’s products are capable of streaming music from some of the popular music streaming services but Amazon Prime Music has never been on that list and that changes today. It’s now possible to stream Amazon Prime Music on Sonos as the company has confirmed that beta support for the service is now live. The entire catalogue can now be effortlessly streamed via Sonos hardware as and when required.

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There’s even support for Prime Stations, these are ad-free online radio stations, which offer music for all moods. Users always have control over playback and they can pause, skip or replay as often as they like. Hundreds of stations are available so users are likely to find something that suits their mood.

Prime Playlists are accessible as well, there are more than one thousand of these curated playlists offering music for all moods, all of these feature free up the user from having to browse through the catalogue to find something they would like to listen to. These are great discovery tools and Sonos hardware is some of the best for blasting tunes you love.

Sonos users just need to add Amazon Music from the Music Menu to start streaming tracks from the service, they’ll have to enter their Prime account credentials first. Those who are not Prime members can sign up for a 30-day free trial, Prime Music is part of Amazon Prime which provides free two-day shipping on eligible items, a vast library of movies and TV shows and much more.

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