Posted May 30, 2019 09:02:22 Amazon is working to launch a new streaming service, dubbed Amazon Music, by the end of 2021.
The company is expected to unveil the service in a series of events later this month.
The service, which is still in development, will be available to download and stream to Amazon’s users, but it is unclear if Amazon Music will be offered to people who buy a music subscription through Amazon’s Prime Music service.
The service will not be available on Apple Music, which the company bought in April for $2.6 billion.
Amazon Music will also be available for Amazon’s own streaming devices, but will be priced at a higher price than its competitors.
For example, Apple Music will cost $9.99 per month for the iPhone, and $8.99 for the iPad.
The price will increase to $9 per month later this year.
Amazon said that its Music service will be a service that Amazon will “offer to consumers and artists, and we’ll let you know when that is.”
It is expected that Amazon Music users will be able to use the service as a subscription option and that users can also pay for music through Amazon Prime Music.
Amazon announced its plans to acquire Beats Electronics in February.
Amazon also recently bought music streaming service Spotify for $970 million.