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On April 30th, Amazon Music service will shut down MP3 files storage

    This is a sad for many out there. Unfortunately, Amazon has emailed every of their Music users that musics that has been uploaded will be removed from a user’s library on April 30th, 2018.

    The Music Storage service allows customers hold 250 imported MP3 files in a “personal cloud library” for free. Also note that, Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited and any digital songs you’ve bought will not be affected by this update.

    Right now, if you had saved any songs on Amazon music storage, you have exactly 32 days to visit your Music Settings and follow the instructions provided. On the support page, Amazon explained that uploading new MP3s is no longer available through Amazon Music.


    Amazon Press Release;

    Amazon Music is retiring the Music Storage service, which allows customers to upload and store up to 250 songs in a personal cloud library. Our records indicate you have uploaded one or more songs through your Amazon account in the past.

    To keep, download, and play your uploaded songs at no extra cost, simply open a web browser, go to your Music Settings and click the “Keep my songs” button to direct us to save your music to the cloud. Otherwise your uploaded songs will be removed from your library on April 30, 2018.

    Your Amazon Music digital purchases will continue to remain securely stored for playback and download — no further action is required to retain those. These changes will not impact your ability to stream Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited.

    The warning was first circulated in 2017 but last December, Amazon said that by January 2019, users wouldn’t be able to download or stream tracks they’ve uploaded to Music Storage

    Thanks to heaven, the music users who had stored most of their songs can keep any music in the cloud by going to your Music Settings and clicking the “Keep my songs” button.