Wasn't sure whether to post this in the Hardware or Music forum, but Amazon Music as we know it is coming to an end - they're ending their support for uploading massive MP3 libraries. As a subscriber I kind of wondered if something was up - they eliminated their app for managing your library and uploading files awhile back and switch to some browser-based thing that wasn't so hot. They've also been pushing their Amazon Music Unlimited scheme hard, which opens up access to everything in their library but doesn't support uploading yours. This is really unfortunate, as Amazon was allowing you to upload much larger libraries than either iTunes Match or Google, and the price was good (especially for existing Amazon Prime customers). It sounds like existing customers will be able to continue using the service until January of 2019, or another full year. Amazon Music to end support for streaming your uploaded MP3s I'd kinda given up on it to be honest once they killed their PC app and made it almost impossible to effectively manage and expand and sync my library, and moved on to streaming from my own home server (a laptop) using Subsonic. That was also driven in part by their buggy iPhone app, and by the fact that some tracks which Amazon once made available for free to Prime subscribers disappeared once their Unlimited service fired up. Frankly, I think this is a mistake. With their huge AWS backend they were in the best position of any of the majors (Apple, Google, Amazon) to support the upload, management and streaming of large personal libraries, and it would have been a unique feature to lure customers away from the more limited libraries supported by Apple and Google. I also stream my stuff to my Amazon Echo - if my library goes away, the utility of the Echo goes away, too. If Microsoft ever gets its act together with Cortana and has it better-integrated with apps running on Windows, I might just switch over to using that to play music - and other tasks - as well. Anybody in Redmond paying attention?