Garmin has finally added the support for Amazon Music’s Streaming Service for its smart wearable watches. Subscribers of Amazon Music will be able to listen online and even download songs to listen to them later offline on all of the compatible devices by Garmin.

Amazon Prime membership comes with a lot of perks now apart from expedited shipping. Members of Amazon Prime can now access a big number of songs, stations and playlists.

If you own a smartwatch by Garmin and you have subscribed to Amazon’s Music services, you can connect them both that will let you stream songs through Amazon Music and even download them if you want to listen to them offline.

List of Amazon Music compatible smart devices by Garmin include Forerunner 245 Music, D2 Delta series, Forerunner 645 Music, Fenix 5 Plus range, Forerunner 945, Vivoactive 3 Music and MARQ Watches and some more. Many more devices by Garmin are expected to get this compatibility soon including Vivomove 3, Vivoactive 4, Benu and Fenix 6.

Quite some effort has been put in by Garmin in expanding the music services available on its smart watches, especially since the unveiling of Forerunner 645 Music. Amazon Music is not the first streaming service available on these music enabled smartwatches by Garmin as Spotify, IheartRadio and Deezer are already there.

Garmin has become the first smartwatch brand to offer the streaming services by Amazon Music as no other smartwatch offers such luxury yet. Amazon Music brings unlimited access of songs that number well above fifty millions, to its subscribers and that too without any adverts and commercials. The membership costs only 9.99 dollars a month and it even comes with a free trial for first month. You are free to cancel any time before you 1 month free trial finishes if you are not satisfied with the services.