Updated Feb 13, 2018: Amazon has announced that Amazon Music is now accessible on a Microsoft Store in a US, UK, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan.
It appears Amazon Music might be entrance to a Microsoft Store on Windows 10, as a app is now listed in a Store and appears to be solemnly rolling out opposite regions. Amazon Music would be a latest of a “big name” apps to strike a Microsoft Store, fasten a likes of Spotify, and shortly iTunes. Looks like Windows 10 users are going to have no necessity of streaming apps accessible in a Store.
The app is a Win32 desktop program, definition Amazon is regulating a Centennial overpass to move a Windows desktop app to a Microsoft Store. We can endorse that a app facilities mixed tile sizes, that is nice. There’s no word as to when a app will be done accessible for download, though a fact that a app is now listed in a Store should be a good sign.