…Amazon Music HD and Apple Music with Dolby Atmos are leading the industry with quality sound.
Amazon Music announces its lossless audio with HD sounds will no longer include added charges since Apple already made it possible for its premium subscribers to listen to original Dolby sounds on its music platform.
The same music quality as it was produced by artists will feature on Amazon Music HD exclusive for subscribers signed under its unlimited package without extra charges.
Amazon Music charges its customers $7.99 per month for streaming high-quality music, cheaper than the standard price other companies tagged their services. Nonetheless, family bundles can also access Amazon’s high-quality music except for students.
Amazon Music plus its HD services initially cost a $19 monthly fee — the same amount rival companies charges to date. However, record labels have Influenced the sudden change in price for streaming high-quality sounds likewise increasing the number of users subscribed to access lossless audio.
As soon as Apple made lossless audio available for its Music lover, Amazon Music HD felt threatened by Apple Music tweaked with Dolby Atmos, then they decided to slash the price of their HD services to retain their customers as well as attract Apple’s music users’.
Apple has teased its users about its newly lossless music platform with Spatial Audio supported by Dolby sounds, although Apple Music for Android revealed the news earlier — just like the iPad maker announcement was also immediate.
Amazon Music HD has been quite relentless with its services overtime — over 70 million tracks with quality sound have been added to its music database, while over 7 million tracks are in the “ultra HD” quality category. Every year, Amazon Music has accomplished over 100% of Lossless Audio serving, according to the billboard.