Amazon Music, a popular music streaming service, said it will no longer be able to download songs from music streaming services like Spotify or Pandora.
Amazon Music said in a statement that it would only be able stream music on its devices, and it will not be able “to access music stored on cloud services.”
The decision is a big blow for Apple Music, which has been a critical part of Amazon Music’s business model.
Apple Music has been downloaded more than 50 million times since it launched in January.
Apple has been Apple Music’s biggest revenue generator in the US.
The streaming service’s free tier offers streaming music from more than 80 artists and a variety of independent labels, including the likes of M83, The Chainsmokers, Future Islands and more.
But Amazon Music has long been a key competitor to Spotify and Pandora, which have had to cut deals with Apple Music in recent years to compete.