Lenbrook International, the Canada-based developers of the BluOS music operating system, says that Amazon Music is available on all BluOS-Enabled devices from Bluesound and NAD Electronics. BluOS customers in the U.S., UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain can now enjoy millions of songs with hassle-free controls and instant access to Amazon’s exclusive library of curated playlists in any room of the house, from streaming services Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music.
Streamed music from Amazon Music and Prime Music can also be streamed to multiple BluOS-Enabled devices simultaneously in the home, making for an even richer multi- room audio experience.
“We are very excited to integrate Amazon Music, a popular music streaming service that’s enjoyed by so many people around the world,” said Andrew Haines, BluOS product manager. “Amazon Music is a natural next step for our growing list of music services, as it’s one of the fastest growing music services in the world. We know some of our customers have been requesting this, so we can’t wait for them to be able to experience it at home.”
With Amazon Music, customers can now easily stream music through a home Wi-Fi network to any BluOS Enabled stereo component, speaker, or home theater, with the simple and intuitive controls of the BluOS Controller app for smartphone, tablet and desktop. Additionally, BluOS offers Amazon Music customers the option to build and create playlists in the BluOS app, which can be accessed at any time without having to switch or run multiple apps on their control device.
Customers can start streaming on BluOS today by upgrading their BluOS Enabled devices to software version 2.14.2 or higher and download the latest BluOS apps, version 2.14.0 or higher, for smartphone, tablet, and desktop.
To learn more about Amazon Music and its availability, visit www.amazon.com/amazonmusic.