Amazon is releasing a new music streaming service on Monday, the latest in a long line of streaming services that the e-commerce giant has introduced in recent years.
Amazons new service, Music Unlimited, will include a wide array of music that can be streamed through its online service, as well as over-the-top video and audio streaming services, as long as they are free of advertising.
The new service is also available through Amazon Music Unlimited’s own site, as an add-on to the service, and will be available to customers on iOS, Android, Windows, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox One and Roku devices, according to a blog post from Amazondead.com.
Amazon is known for its streaming music services, such as Music Unlimited and Prime Music, but it is also known for offering other services like its own e-book service.
That service, Amazon Kindles, has been one of the best-selling books in the U.S. for years.
The company is also planning to launch a smartphone app for its e-books, which will allow users to download the books and play them on their phones or tablets.
Other new services include Amazon Video, Amazon’s own online video service, that allows users to watch videos and access video content for free, and Amazon Prime Video, a service that will allow Prime members to watch a large number of videos in one day.
Amazon’s new Music Unlimited service is the latest addition to the streaming music service.
It is available through its own site and will work across Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Windows and Mac, the company said.
The service includes a broad range of music, but its main focus will be for music that is free of ads.
Amazongs music streaming will include more than 100 genres and features from major labels like Drake, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Rihan Harris, Beyonce and many more, the post says.
The company said the service will be free of advertisements, and users can choose to opt out of ads by turning off ads.