Amazon announced that Fire TV users in America can now access tens of thousands of music videos from independent and major labels free of charge.
The music videos can be viewed without subscriptions, downloads, or fees. You can purchase ad-supported music videos from Billboard Hot 100 artists like Taylor Swift, Drake, and Harry Styles, as well as a collection of classics from different genres.
According to the company, new content will be added every day. Fire TV customers can get personalized recommendations based on their viewing history and likes.
They can also create their playlists or select from preset playlists such as Country Today, Best of 2022 Recap, and Top Holiday Hits. You can skip unlimited music videos and play a continuous stream with similar music videos.
To access music videos, press the Fire TV remote’s voice control and say, “Alexa, search Music Videos.” You can also search for “Music Videos” in Appstore, then click the “Music Videos On Fire TV” button. Once the download is completed, click “open” to view the free music videos.
Fire TV customers will have access to additional content that is ad-supported, including music videos and business and finance news from Bloomberg and CNBC.
In addition, customers can watch game previews and trailers, gaming news, developer interviews, how to’s, esports, and more from providers, including IGN, ESTV, and Crown Channel.
Last, users can watch viral videos from Always Funny Videos, FailArmy, People Are Awesome, and The Pet Collective.
The new free content can be accessed by clicking on the Fire TV icon or the Alexa Voice remote’s “Home” button. Scroll down to “Entertainment News”, “Business & Finance News”, or “Gaming News & Esports”.
This announcement comes just months after Amazon introduced free movie trailers, lifestyle content, and sports highlights to Fire TV.
Amazon should add more content to Fire TV as more people turn to streaming services offering free or low-cost content.