In the past any Amazon Prime member has access to Amazon Music Prime with 2 million of ad-free songs for on-demand streaming or offline playback. However, in Nov. 2022, Amazon expanded the catalog for Prime members from 2 million to over 100 million songs, but with more limits: no on-demand play and offline playback, except for some All-Access Playlists.
With the expanded song library, Prime members listening on Amazon Music will mostly be limited to shuffle-play mode, based on artist, album or playlist, whereas previously the 2 million songs were available to stream on-demand. Amazon noted that Prime users will be able to play songs on-demand via All-Access playlists, which are personalized based on their listening preferences, and can download them for offline listening. To get full on-demand access and offline listening, customers will need to pay extra for the Amazon Music Unlimited tier, which is currently $9.99/month for non-Prime members and $8.99/month with Prime. So many people complain this and ask how to turn off shuffle.
On desktop app
On web player
Amazon Music Prime is included in your Amazon Prime membership with no additional cost. As Amazon Prime perk, Amazon Music Prime members can only shuffle play any artist, album, or playlist, except those All-Access Playlists.
Amazon Music Prime users can only pick and play songs on-demand with no skip limits within All-Access Playlists. You can find All-Access Playlists on the Home page of Amazon Music app or web player.
On desktop app
On web player
1.Run Amazon Music app and log in.
2. Choose an All-Access Playlist.
3. Tap below shuffle icon to turn on shuffle.
4. Tap the shuffle icon on Now Playing page to turn off shuffle.
For non All-Access Playlists, you can only shuffle music and there is no way to turn off shuffle.
There is no way to turn off shuffle on Amazon Music Prime except upgrading to Amazon Music Unlimited or downloading Amazon Music songs/albums/playlists to MP3 and play them with other music player.
If you want more offline music, subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited and unlock millions of more songs.
As a Prime member, you can join Amazon Music Unlimited for $9.99/month for a monthly subscription or $99/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay $10.99/month. Any song, album, or playlist can be downloaded so that you can listen on a mobile device offline.
Note that upgrading from Amazon Music Prime to Amazon Music Unlimited will cost $11.99 per month on iPhone, due to Apple tax.
Another way to get rid of Amazon Music Prime shuffle play limit is to download Amazon Music songs, albums and playlists to mp3 and then play them with other music player, like iTunes, Music, Windows Media Player etc.
You can utilize a reliable Amazon Music Downloader tool to easily download songs, albums, and playlists from Amazon Music Prime/Unlimited. This tool enables you to save the downloaded files in popular formats such as MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF, allowing you to play your favorite music on various devices like iTunes, Windows Media Player, or your MP3 player.
One such professional Amazon Music downloader is Pazu Amazon Music Converter. It is specifically designed to download any songs, albums, and playlists from Amazon Music and convert them to formats like MP3 and M4A. The downloaded files retain the original audio quality and ID3 tags, ensuring a seamless listening experience. Follow the simple tutorial below to convert your Amazon Music to MP3 in just a few steps.
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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