Amazon Music is a music streaming service launched by Amazon. It includes a whole library of music where you are allowed to choose and stream the music of your choice. You are free to pick whatever music you like using the search engine.
What’s more, is that the app suggests you music according to your taste through the discover music section. A whole playlist is shared with you, which is filled with music that the app compiles according to what you usually stream.
Amazon Music Is Streaming On Another Device
There is no doubt Amazon music streaming service is one of the most popular ones around the whole world. All kinds of smart home users have subscribed to their plans. However, while trying to play music on a device, users sometimes get the prompt that music is already streaming on another device.
This usually means that another device is already being used for streaming music. Before we move on and tell you how you can fix this issue, it is important to mention that there are different subscription plans for Amazon Music.
Similarly, if you are trying to stream Amazon music simultaneously on two or more devices, then you need to check what plan you are subscribed to. If you are subscribed to the family, then there should be no problem streaming music on multiple devices at the same time. However, if not, then you might want to upgrade to their family plan.
The family plan was introduced not so long ago on demand of the users. Now, only family plan subscribers are allowed privileges to stream music on more than one device.
But What If You Aren’t Streaming Music on Any Device at All?
Quite a few users have reported not being able to stream music on any device at all as Alexa tells them there is already a device that is streaming music. But, according to them, there is no other device being used for streaming.
In such cases, we highly suggest you visit the official Amazon website and sign in. Click on the Accounts & Lists. Navigate to Content and Devices. Here, you need to check all the devices that are registered to your account. If you notice any old, or unfamiliar device, unregister it. This should ultimately help you resolve the issue.
The Bottom Line
In this article, we have explained in detail what to do when you get the message “Amazon Music is streaming on another device”. There are a number of reasons why this might be popping up which we have already explained above. Subscribing to the family plan may cost you a bit more, but you will be able to stream music on all of your devices simultaneously. This makes it worth buying if you have a use for it that is.