How to play Amazon Music songs on MP3 player?

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May 24, 2022

Amazon Music provides unlimited access to new releases and classic songs through iOS and Android mobile devices, PC, Mac, Echo and Alexa-enabled devices, including Fire TV and more. With Amazon Music, Prime members can listen to 2 million ad-free songs at no additional membership cost. Listeners can also enjoy a premium subscription service, Amazon Music Unlimited, which offers access to more than 90 million songs and new releases.

Want to listen to Amazon Music on the common MP3 player such as Sandisk, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle? If you can’t figure out a solution to listen to Amazon Music on an MP3 player successfully, you can get help from this guide.

Part 1. Amazon Music compatible MP3 player

Mighty

Launched in 2017, Mighty was known as iPod Shuffle for Spotify, which allows users to take Spotify tunes anywhere without phone. Then in December, Mighty added support for Amazon Music.

The process of using Amazon Music on Mighty is the same as Spotify. You select the audio content you want to use offline in the service’s app. Then, you go to the Mighty app on your phone and select those items you want to sync to your device – after you’ve connected all your accounts, of course. This companion app will also let you know how much storage you’ve used along the way. All of your music is synced wirelessly, and Mighty says you can expect to store more than 1,000 songs at a time. Mighty’s formula for offline playback works with both Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.

After Amazon Music playlists are synced, Mighty no longer needs a Wi-Fi connection. Save cell data and bandwidth.

iPod Touch

iPod Touch is still one of the most popular MP3 players. iOS, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, brings iPod touch to life. brings iPod touch to life. You have access to millions of apps and games from the App Store. No need to sync songs from your computer like iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano and other MP3 player. Just install the Amazon Music app on your iPod Touch, then stream and download all your favorite songs as you do on iPhone and iPad.

Part 2. Play Amazon Music on any MP3 player

Besides Mighty and iPod Touch, most other MP3 players doesn’t support installing Amazon Music app or allow you to sync Amazon Music songs directly. However, it is still possible to listen to Amazon Music on your MP3 player. All you need is to download Amazon Music songs to MP3 and them sync them to your MP3 player.

MP3 music purchased from Amazon Music

If the songs are purchased from Amazon Music, they will be downloaded to your computer in MP3 format. Moving them to your MP3 player is a snap.

Open Amazon Music Store. You can find millions of songs by your favorite artists on Amazon.com. Most songs are between $0.89 and $0.99 and most albums are between $5.99 and $9.99. Best of all, every song on Amazon MP3 is DRM-free and encoded in a high-quality 256kbps MP3 format. This means they can be played on any MP3 player, so you don’t need to worry about file format compatibility or license expiration.

Using the Amazon MP3 online store is easy. You can browse by price or genre; shop for Best Sellers or new and future releases; and use the search box at the top of any Amazon MP3 storefront page to search for a song, album, or artist. All songs have 30-second samples, and each album has a “Preview All” button – allowing you to “sample” each song. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll find that “one-click ordering” makes buying music very easy. After purchase, download the entire album with one click and automatically adds your music to iTunes or Windows Media Player. Browse all your purchased songs in https://music.amazon.com/recently/purchased. Download the songs to your computer and then transfer them to your MP3 player.

Songs from Amazon Music streaming service

We all know that listen to music streaming services on mobile device requires the app installed. Although you can download songs from Amazon Music for offline playback, you can’t transfer them to MP3 player since the songs are encoded with Digital Rights Management (DRM) to prevent unauthorized duplication.

To play Amazon Music songs on mp3 player, you will need to download them to mp3 format first.  Pazu Amazon Music Converter is developed to download any Amazon Music songs, albums and playlists to MP3, M4A, etc. thus making Amazon Music compatible with your MP3 player. 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 for playing on an MP3 player with few steps.

1. Run Pazu Amazon Music Converter

Download, install and launch Pazu Amazon Music Converter on your computer, then click the Sign In to log in to your Amazon account.

Amazon Music converter

If you have purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.

2. Choose output format

Click on the Settings icon on the top right corner and select WAV as output format.

Amazon Music converter

3. Add songs, albums or playlists

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.

Amazon Music converter

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.

Amazon Music converter

4. Convert Amazon Music

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.

Amazon Music converter

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.

Amazon Music converter

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.