You can use Google Play Music to listen to your library on your computer, smartphone, or other supported devices. You can use up to 10 devices total, including tablets, iPods, etc. Listen on one device at a time. While you can use multiple devices with the same account, you can only play music using one device at a time.
Want to hear your Amazon Music, Pandora, or Spotify tunes booming throughout your house? If you have Amazon Echo devices in multiple rooms, just ask Alexa, although you’ll need to tweak some.
Amazon Fire TV: Amazon’s TV operating system also has access to Amazon Music. Have at it! Amazon Fire Tablets: You’ll find Amazon Prime Music preloaded on Amazon’s Fire tablets. Elsewhere: A few other places you can play Amazon Music include Roku, Sonos, Polk Omni, Bose, HEOS, Definitive Technology, and PlayFi. Amazon Music.As for the app management, another approach would be using Aptitude.Unfortunately, the app is gone from the playstore, but the concept should still work: Set up a central repository on a server, maintain all apps there, and have the clients on the devices configured to (solely) using this.As for paid apps, it would surely be possible to find an agreement with the devs.Amazon Music Unlimited is one of the newest streaming services on the block: it launched in the UK in November 2016. Below you’ll find out how it works, and how it compares to other streaming.
Amazon states that to stream different music on multiple devices or on more than one Multi-Room Music group at the same time, you must have an Amazon Music Unlimited Family plan. Being the father of teenage daughters who have spent time creating personal Spotify playlists, I would face their wrath if I suggested we had to move to an Amazon unlimited plan just to allow them to play their own.Read More
Prime Music Streaming Limit on Multiple Devices Prime Music can only be streamed on one device at a time. If you're already streaming Prime Music on one device, a notification asking whether you'd like to continue streaming from the new device displays.Read More
Voice control your music - Ask Alexa for a song, artist, or genre from Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, SiriusXM, Deezer and more. With multi-room music, play music on compatible Echo devices in different rooms. Voice control your smart home - Turn on lights, adjust thermostats, lock doors, and more with compatible connected devices.Read More
Music playback on Alexa devices can be controlled within the Amazon Music app from anywhere. If you have multi-room audio groups configured for your Echo devices, you can also select the group as the music destination when using Alexa Cast. Amazon Fire TV devices have had a difficult history with casting protocols. Older models supported.Read More
Play same music on multiple devices. The below steps will guide you to play audio simultaneously on multiple devices: Download and Install AmpMe from the App Store or Google Play Store.; Open the app and click on the appropriate option under “Start a new party” (Spotify, YouTube, Music Library, SoundCloud) to host a party.Read More
Note that if you want to play different music on different speakers or groups of speakers at the same time, you need an Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan. Google Home Screenshot: Gizmodo.Read More
This means that members of your household can sign in to HBO NOW on different devices and watch different shows at the same time. The email and password that you use to sign in to HBO NOW should not be shared with anyone outside your household. For security reasons, the number of simultaneous streams is limited.Read More
A major benefit of connecting multiple Echos to your home network is multi-room audio. Once set up, you can ask Alexa to play music in a certain room, across a whole floor, or throughout the entire home, with just one voice command. What's more, if you pay for an Amazon Music family plan, each Echo can play different music, all at the same time.Read More
Whether your music comes from Spotify, Apple Music or Google Play Music, enjoying it with friends is something that a smartphone isn’t always the best at facilitating. With headphones being the most natural way of getting music out of a smartphone, the whole experience is usually a more private one rather than something to be shared with others. AmpMe is trying to change that.Read More
How to Let Multiple People Use the Same Amazon Echo. Your entire family can join in on the fun of your Alexa device. Here's how to set up adults and kids with household profiles and include them all.Read More