In response to Apple Music, Amazon Music is also upgraded for free and lossless playback

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Last night, Apple put a shock wave on the streaming music platform, announcing that it will provide additional services of lossless compressed music for free starting in June, which suddenly surpassed other lossless playback services that are generally available in the market for a little more money. Not to be outdone, Amazon immediately responded that its Amazon Music HD has also been released to subscribers for free. Friends in the UK, the US, Germany, Canada, France, Italy and Spain can enjoy it today.

Click here to subscribe to Amazon Music HD

Amazon Music HD provides a library of more than 70 million lossless, high-resolution songs, each with 16-bit/44.1kHz CD quality and 24-bit/192kHz Ultra HD quality, and it can also support Sony 360 real-time audio And Dolby Atmos technology. The charged part was originally 5 dollars more expensive than Amazon Music’s 10 dollars (Prime members 8 dollars), but now it is a free upgrade, as long as you register.

I don’t know if other music platforms will follow up with this approach after Amazon.I want to add lossless Spotify Will it be disrupted by this? Let us wait and see.