Creating playlists to organize your music on Amazon Music is a straightforward process, and you can do it on both your desktop and mobile devices.
To create a playlist on your desktop, open the desktop app or access Amazon Music’s online player.
In the mobile app, the process for creating a playlist may appear slightly different.
Once your playlist is created, you have the flexibility to add songs to it and make edits whenever you wish.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to accomplish this.
1. Open Amazon Music desktop app or web player and click LIBRARY – Music – PlAYLISTS.
2. Click Create New Playlist.
3. Enter playlist name and set is Public or not.
4. Now find songs you want to add to the playlist and click the three-dots icon and choose Add to Playlist.
5. Choose the playlist you just created. You can also Create New Playlist here.
You can also open the playlist, scroll down and quickly add songs from suggestions. Playlists have a 2500 song limit.
Can I upload my own music files to the playlist?
Amazon has shut down the feature to upload your own music files to your Amazon Music Library. BUT Amazon does allow users to access own local files. You can import your local music with Amazon Music desktop app. However, the songs won’t be synced across your devices and you can’t add the songs to other playlists.
With Amazon Music Unlimited, you have the option to download your preferred songs or entire playlists directly to your device. This feature enables you to enjoy your music even in scenarios where a stable internet connection isn’t available, such as during flights, road trips, or in areas with limited connectivity.
Conversely, Amazon Music Prime, which comes as part of an Amazon Prime membership, permits users to download All-Access Playlists exclusively. Amazon Music Free, however, does not offer offline playback capabilities.
It’s important to note that upon canceling your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, all previously downloaded songs, albums, and playlists will also be removed.
To circumvent this limitation, you can employ Pazu Amazon Music Converter to download your favorite playlists to MP3 format. This solution works seamlessly regardless of whether you have Amazon Music Free, Prime, or Unlimited.
Pazu Amazon Music Converter is developed to download any Amazon Music songs, albums and playlists to MP3, M4A, etc. The audio quality and original ID3 tags will be well preserved in downloaded mp3 files. Now follow the tutorial below to convert Amazon Music to MP3 with few steps.
Amazon Music Free doesn’t support offline playback. However, with Pazu Amazon Music Converter, you can also download songs to MP3 with Amazon Music Free.
Download, install and launch Pazu Amazon Music Converter on your computer, then click the Sign In to log in to your Amazon account.
If you have purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.
Click on the Settings icon on the top right corner and select WAV as output format.
Select the desired songs, albums or playlists you wish to download. Once you open an album/playlist and tap the red Add button suspended on the right side, you’ll be presented with the list of songs.
All songs in the playlist will be added by default. Click the check the box next to the track that you don’t want to convert.
Click the Convert button on the bottom right corner, and Pazu Amazon Music Converter will automatically download and convert Amazon Music tracks to the default folder on your computer.
When the conversion process finishes, you can browse all the converted songs in the history list by clicking on the icon. And now you’re prepared to stream your Amazon Music songs anywhere.
MP3 songs downloaded with Pazu Amazon Music Converter are tagged correctly. MP3 players read artist, song, and other information from the ID3 tag that is embedded in the MP3 file.
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