If you’ve always wanted to be able to stream music from your TV, there are several options available to you, especially if you own a console where music streaming services such as Spotify are available for certain platforms. However for those with smart TVs, Samsung has recently announced that Amazon Music is now available on their smart TVs.


According to Samsung, this is applicable for all their smart TVs from 2015 to 2017, and will also cover markets such as United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, Italy and Spain where it will be available through Samsung’s enhanced Smart Hub. Of course this means that you will need a subscription to Amazon Music, but if you already do then you should have no problems using it right away.

For those do not have a subscription, Amazon Music is included in Amazon’s Prime membership which is $99 a year. Alternatively it can be also subscribed without Prime at $10 a month, which is in line with most of the music streaming services that are available in the market today. More details can be found on Amazon’s website.

According to Salek Brodsky, Vice President of the Content and Services Division at Samsung Electronics America, “Samsung’s Smart TVs are designed to bring everything users want into a single, seamless experience—from live television and sports to streamed shows, movies, music, and more. We’re thrilled to be amongst the first to let consumers stream Amazon Music directly from their televisions.”

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