I didn't find such a filter on my Amazon Prime Music. You may have to check out other music services to see if they too miss a filter.
I wonder if today's world is unfiltered and the filter is us. That is, if I click play on something I wanted that.
Not sure if this is the best forum here for this, but really think CNET should look into why Spotify is the only major streaming service to refuse to allow filtering out of explicit content.
This is not a technical issue obviously but a corporate policy of sorts to market a 'Family Plan' but at the same time refuse to allow paying customers to filter out explicit content.
More than 6000 Spotify customers have brought up this issue and are being ignored by the company. See below:
Very strange and a stellar example about how NOT to handle customer service.
All folks want is a way to screen the content by the end-user like is found in AppleMusic, Pandora, etc.
Shocking example of corporate hubris and it is hurting them with their base.