There’s a lot of stuff on Amazon Music Unlimited that’s great. But what if you don’t like the service? Here’s how to cancel your subscription.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a solid all-purpose streaming app, but if you’re ready to move on and try something new, canceling your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription only takes seconds. Although they have always existed in one form or another, subscription services today are more popular than ever. Subscriptions are now the primary way to access music, movies/TV shows, some smartphone apps, and even some smartphones (we’re looking at you, Pixel 6).
Alongside big names like Spotify and Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited is one of the best options available for music streaming. Amazon Music Unlimited offers over 90 million songs, ad-free listening, offline downloads, podcast support, and plays select songs in Ultra HD and Spatial Audio – two features Spotify still lacks. Best of all, Amazon Music Unlimited is cheaper than its other streaming rivals. Anyone with an Amazon Prime subscription can get Amazon Music Unlimited for just $8.99/month. That’s only a $1/month discount compared to the $9.99/month rates for other music apps, but a discount is still a discount.
While there’s certainly a lot to like about Amazon Music Unlimited, that doesn’t mean the service is perfect for everyone. Maybe you don’t like having podcasts mixed in with your music. Maybe you want a live radio streaming app. Maybe you don’t like how the Amazon Music Unlimited app looks/works. Whatever the reason, there’s no reason to stick with Amazon Music Unlimited if you don’t like it. Luckily, canceling your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription is a breeze.
How to Cancel Amazon Music Unlimited on Android
For most people, the easiest way to cancel their Amazon Music Unlimited subscription is on their smartphone. As long as you have an Android phone with the Amazon app installed, canceling Amazon Music Unlimited takes no time at all. Here’s what you need to do:
- Open the Amazon app on your smartphone.
- Tap the profile icon in the bottom navigation bar.
- Tap “Your Account”.
- Scroll down the page.
- Tap “Amazon Music Settings” in the Account Settings section.
- Press the “Cancel Subscription” button.
Keep in mind that these steps only works with the Amazon app on an Android phone. Although there is an Amazon Music settings option in the iPhone app, only the Android version has controls for canceling your subscription.
How to Cancel Amazon Music Unlimited on iPhone
If you have an iPhone and need to cancel Amazon Music Unlimited, you have several options. The first is to cancel Amazon Music Unlimited from the Amazon website on your web browser. Here’s what it looks like:
- Open Safari (or whatever web browser you’re using).
- Go to amazon.com.
- Tap “Login” at the top right to log in to your account.
- Once logged in, tap your profile icon.
- Scroll down the menu and tap on “Your memberships and subscriptions”.
- In the Amazon Music Unlimited section, tap “Cancel Subscription”.
If you don’t see the Cancel Subscription button, it’s probably because you signed up for Amazon Music Unlimited through the App Store. In this case, you will need to cancel your subscription from there.
- Open the App Store on your iPhone.
- Tap the profile icon in the top right.
- Tap “Subscriptions”.
- Tap “Amazon Music” in the list.
- Press the red “Cancel Subscription” button.
How to Cancel Amazon Music Unlimited on Desktop
Finally, if you don’t have your phone nearby, you can also cancel Amazon Music Unlimited from your desktop computer. Similar to canceling on an iPhone, you’ll need to visit Amazon’s website and access your account settings. Here’s what to do:
- Open the web browser on your computer and navigate to amazon.com.
- Move your mouse over the “Account and Lists” button in the upper right corner.
- In the context menu that appears, click on “Members and subscriptions”.
- Click “Cancel Subscription” next to Amazon Music Unlimited.
And that’s all there is to it! You can subscribe and cancel Amazon Music Unlimited as often as you want, so if you cancel but decide to come back later, there’s nothing stopping you.
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