Tech news readers have come to a conclusion that 85% of tech rumors always turn out true: as Amazon just launched its Amazon Prime Music today. Amazon Prime Music comes with a million-plus songs and unlimited streaming with no ads or restrictions. There’s a 30 day free trial available for new users, while those with Amazon Prime subscription have instant access to more than one million songs without ads. The service is only in the US for now and open for subscription. Amazon Prime Music allows user to download music to listen offline, and will be available on Kindle Fire, iOS, Android and Mac/PC devices anywhere, it’s powered by Amazon’s Cloud Player (Amazon Music.) With other music streaming services like Spotify that currently have 20 million songs, Amazon Prime Music has a lot of catching up to do. The New York Times reports that Amazon Prime Music do not have many new releases at the moment. You don’t have to worry about it if you are already a Prime member, it’s just an added perk to Amazon’s Prime features like free shipping, streaming and the lending library.