Amazon Music is shutting down MP3 storage service on April thirtieth


Amazon on Friday despatched out an e mail to its Amazon Music clients reminding that its music storage service is formally retiring on April 30.

Amazon’s plans to discontinue its MP3 storage service had been first introduced in late 2017, when it up to date this Assist and Buyer Service web page. The assist web page states that importing new MP3s is now not accessible via Amazon Music. Now clients have a month to avoid wasting their present music recordsdata earlier than they disappear perpetually.

Screenshot of an e mail despatched to Amazon Music clients.

Screenshot by CNET

The music storage service lets clients retailer as much as 250 imported MP3 recordsdata in a “private cloud library” without cost. Anybody who needs to avoid wasting these songs earlier than the April 30 deadline should go to their music settings and observe the directions supplied.

Prime Music, Amazon Music Limitless and any digital music you might have bought won’t be affected by this replace.

Amazon didn’t instantly reply to CNET’s request for additional remark.


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