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Get the most from the Prime Music component of your Prime subscription with this concise and clear guide! Learn to download songs for offline listening, build custom playlists, import music from your iTunes or Windows Media libraries, and more with this handy guide to Prime Music! How to use Amazon Prime Music comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology Get the most from the Prime Music component of your Prime subscription with this concise and clear guide! Learn to download songs for offline listening, build custom playlists, import music from your iTunes or Windows Media libraries, and more with this handy guide to Prime Music! How to use Amazon Prime Music comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology writer behind the "Kindle Fire Tips, Tricks and Traps" series of technology books. Jones is an experienced computer and technology writer, database applications development analyst, consultant, and trainer who understands the issues faced by people dealing with technology, day in and day out. His career spans years of technology training, database development, and consulting services for major law firms and government agencies in the Washington, DC area, and he currently resides in Charlotte, NC where he is concentrating on providing publications to the rapidly growing digital marketplace. Jones is also a best-selling author whose printed titles have sold over one million copies, and he has served as a technical editor on numerous computer books.


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Get the most from the Prime Music component of your Prime subscription with this concise and clear guide! Learn to download songs for offline listening, build custom playlists, import music from your iTunes or Windows Media libraries, and more with this handy guide to Prime Music! How to use Amazon Prime Music comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology Get the most from the Prime Music component of your Prime subscription with this concise and clear guide! Learn to download songs for offline listening, build custom playlists, import music from your iTunes or Windows Media libraries, and more with this handy guide to Prime Music! How to use Amazon Prime Music comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology writer behind the "Kindle Fire Tips, Tricks and Traps" series of technology books. Jones is an experienced computer and technology writer, database applications development analyst, consultant, and trainer who understands the issues faced by people dealing with technology, day in and day out. His career spans years of technology training, database development, and consulting services for major law firms and government agencies in the Washington, DC area, and he currently resides in Charlotte, NC where he is concentrating on providing publications to the rapidly growing digital marketplace. Jones is also a best-selling author whose printed titles have sold over one million copies, and he has served as a technical editor on numerous computer books.

30 review for How to use Amazon Prime Music: A guide to getting the most from Prime Music

  1. 4 out of 5

    M Kay Ritchie

    Much needed article Finding your way around Prime Music takes some time and patients. This article will help, especially if your not sure what it is you want to listen to. Also I would say that not ever user knows that you can download and hear your playlist while off line.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sue Cole

    Useful If you have something, make the most of it! And this book will help you to do that with Amazon Prime Music.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Warren Bunce

    Too basic not helpful This book is hardly worth reading for free. How about some useful insights. Ok not with six more words. Ok

  4. 4 out of 5

    GC Fraser

    Worthwhile It only takes a few minutes to get a clear, concise overview of the app and music service. That's the plus side. OTH that's all it does. Worthwhile It only takes a few minutes to get a clear, concise overview of the app and music service. That's the plus side. OTH that's all it does.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Huntting

    helpful

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