Amazon's music services are finally getting portable.
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Amazon Music listeners now have a new way to listen to music while they run. On Wednesday
announced that it has teamed up with the retail giant to bring Amazon's music services to Garmin's smartwatches. It's a first for Amazon Music.
The Amazon Music app is available now in Garmin's Connect IQ store. You will need to have a
Forerunner 245 Music
Music, Forerunner 945, Fenix 5 Plus series, Vivoactive 3 Music or MARQ series device to be able to download the free app.
Amazon is not the first service to be available on Garmin watches, however. The company already offers a Spotify app in its store that works with subscribers to Spotify Premium as well as Deezer for those with a Deezer Premium subscription.
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