Amazon Amp is no longer available. Amazon announced in February 2023 that it would be shutting down the app. The company said that it was "making some changes to our audio strategy" and that it would be "focusing on other areas of audio, such as podcasts." Amp allowed you to DJ your very own live radio show all from your iOS phone. Creators can use a catalog of tens of millions of licensed songs from Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and a long list of independent music companies. Creators can also engage with their communities in real-time - No subscription, additional hardware, or editing needed.
Category: Social Audio Platform Subcategory: Music, Podcasting Mobile: iOS Desktop: No Created: 2022
Closed: Feb 2023 Website: https://linktr.ee/onamp_
Twitter: @OnAmp_ Company Info: Owned by Amazon
Amp allowed users to launch their own live show, where callers can join and request to speak. Hosts can play music in real-time with their audience, as well as preplan and schedule their shows. DJs can choose from a library of millions of songs licensed by Amazon.
The company said in a blog post that Amp gives users the chance to “reimagine radio.”
Amazon has signed up popular artists including Nicki Minaj, Pusha T and Tinashe, as well as social media influencers and radio hosts, to create content for the app, the company said. The app is currently available for iPhone in beta, which requires an invitation to join, but people can sign up to join a waiting list for access.
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