How Do I Transfer My Amazon Music to My Android Phone?

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Welcome to this tutorial on how to transfer your Amazon Music to your Android phone! If you are an avid music lover and have a collection of songs and playlists on Amazon Music, it’s great to have them accessible on your Android device so you can enjoy your favorite tunes wherever you go.

Step 1: Install the Amazon Music App

First things first, make sure you have the Amazon Music app installed on your Android phone. You can find it in the Google Play Store.

If you haven’t installed it yet, open the Play Store and search for “Amazon Music.” Tap on the app in the search results and click “Install. “

Step 2: Sign In to Your Amazon Account

Once you have the Amazon Music app installed, open it and sign in to your Amazon account. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one before proceeding.


If you are an Amazon Prime member, you will have access to Prime Music which offers a selection of free songs and playlists. Additionally, if you subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited, you will have access to millions of songs. The steps below apply to both Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.

Step 3: Access Your Library

After signing in, tap on the menu icon (usually three horizontal lines) located at the top left corner of the app. From the menu that appears, select “Library.”

Step 4: Choose Songs or Playlists

In your library, navigate through your songs or playlists until you find what you want to transfer. You can browse through various categories like artists, albums, or genres using the options available.

To Transfer Individual Songs:

  • Tap on the song you want to transfer to open it.
  • Once the song is open, tap on the three dots icon (usually vertical) located next to the song title.
  • In the options that appear, select “Download” or “Add to Library.” The wording may vary depending on your version of the Amazon Music app.

To Transfer Playlists:

  • Locate and tap on the playlist you want to transfer from your library.
  • Once the playlist is open, you’ll see a download icon or an option like “Download” or “Add to Library.” Tap on it to initiate the transfer process.

Step 5: Downloaded Songs

By default, downloaded songs will be stored in your device’s internal storage under a folder named “Amazon Music.” You can access these songs using any music player app installed on your Android phone. Some music player apps may automatically scan for new songs, while others may require you to manually add them to your library.

Step 6: Manage Offline Listening

If you have limited storage space on your Android phone, you can manage offline listening by removing downloaded songs or playlists. To do this:

  • Go back to your library by tapping on the menu icon and selecting “Library.”
  • Navigate to the section where your downloaded songs or playlists are located.
  • Select and tap on the three dots icon next to any song or playlist you want to remove from your device’s storage.
  • In the options that appear, choose “Remove from Device” or a similar option. This will delete the selected content from your Android phone, freeing up storage space.

That’s it! You have successfully transferred your Amazon Music to your Android phone.

Now you can enjoy your favorite songs and playlists anytime, even without an internet connection. Happy listening!