Amazon Music can now play spatial audio
Time to get the vibes going on your headphones
Amazon has announced that from today, Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers will be able to enjoy spatial audio music tracks with their favourite set of headphones in the Amazon Music app for Android and iOS.
The company is setting out support for two types of spatial audio as of right now, both Dolby Atmos, which is offered similarly by Apple Music, and Sony’s 360 Reality audio, giving you two strong options of audio to enjoy.
Amazon has been offering a form of spatial audio for a few years now, since back in 2019 to be exact, but it was limited to only a handful of devices, and now with today’s announcement, it’s expanded to every set of headphones you have.
The company’s Music Unlimited plan is set at $9.99 per month, or $7.99 if you’re a Prime subscriber. The cheaper single device plan does not allow for spatial audio, so if you’re after this feature, you’ll have to upgrade to one of the other plans.
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