Amazon Music – Play Music on Multiple Alexa Echo Devices
Amazon Music – Playing Different Songs on Different Echo Devices at the same time
I decided to try Amazon Music Family (£14.99 per month, but you can for a limited time get a free trial month). Like Spotify Family, you can have upto six different users, but the great thing is you can ask Alexa to play music on multiple different devices. So everyone can get Alexa to play different music on whatever Echo device is in their room. You can also if you wish pair up speakers so that more than one speaker plays the same song, so for instance you can get all the downstairs Echo devices to play the same song in sync.
Amazon Music Allows Other Family Members At Different Addresses
One added benefit with Amazon Music Family is that you can legitimately share your subscription with other family members that live at different addresses. This is in contrast to Spotify, whose terms and conditions specify that you have to live at the same address. So we’ve been able to add both sets of parents to our subscription, so they can listen to music too in their own home at no extra cost. Be aware though that you are essentially sharing your account with them, so they would potentially be able to order products from Amazon using your payment details. So best to do what it says and stick with family members!