If you enjoy falling asleep when listening to music, a sleep timer serves as a helpful tool to prevent the music from playing throughout the night. It can promote healthy sleep habits, avoid disturbances from unexpected sounds, and save battery life on your devices.
For Amazon Music users, the platform conveniently includes a sleep timer feature within its iOS and Android apps. Moreover, you can easily set a sleep timer for Amazon Music on Alexa-enabled devices with voice commands. Mac and Windows users can also stop Amazon Music playback by scheduling their computers to go to sleep or shut down at a specific time. To explore how to set a sleep timer for Amazon Music on these various devices, continue reading for detailed instructions.
You can put a sleep timer for Amazon Music on your iOS devices either from the Amazon Music app or through the Clock app pre-installed.
The Amazon Music app provides a Sleep Timer feature that lets you schedule automatic shutdowns in 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes. To set the sleep timer on your iPhone or iPad:
You can also use the Clock app pre-installed on your iPhone or iPad to automatically stop Amazon Music from playing. The advantage of the Clock app is its precision, allowing you to set the sleep timer down to seconds.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to setting a sleep timer with the Clock app:
Follow these steps to put a sleep timer for Amazon Music on your Android phone and tablet:
If you own Alexa-enabled devices, link Amazon Music as your default music service through the Alexa app; then you can easily set a sleep timer using a voice command. Here’s a guide on how to achieve this:
By setting up the automatic shutdown or sleep time on your Mac, you can stop the Amazon Music playback as well.
To stop Amazon Music playback on your Windows PC, you can establish an automatic sleep time for your computer. Follow these steps to set up a sleep timer for Amazon Music on Windows:
Amazon Music Unlimited members can download songs, albums, and playlists for offline playback, but Amazon Music Prime members can only download All-Access Playlists. Furthermore, the downloaded content is protected by DRM. This means they can only be played within the Amazon Music app and cannot be transferred to other devices.
If you want to save Amazon Music content and play it on other devices, you can use a professional Amazon Music Downloader – Pazu Amazon Music Converter. The tool allows you to download any songs, albums, and playlists from Amazon Music Prime/Unlimited to MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF. This way, you can listen to your favorite songs anywhere, and play them on any compatible device. Moreover, the audio quality and original ID3 tags of the downloaded MP3 files are preserved.
Amazon Music Free doesn’t support offline playback. However, with Pazu Amazon Music Converter, you can also download songs, playlists, and albums to MP3 with Amazon Music Free.
Now follow the tutorial below to learn how to convert Amazon Music to MP3 with 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 in the top right corner and select MP3 as the 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 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 artists, songs, and other information from the ID3 tag that is embedded in the MP3 file.
Download Amazon Music to MP3, FLAC, etc.