Amazon Music has now added video as a download option for its music streaming service.
Amazon Music will be the first of its peers to allow users to stream music for free, after Google+ Music last month.
Now, the search giant is adding a new feature for its customers that allows users to purchase albums and songs for $5 a pop.
Customers can now purchase albums for $10 to $30 and music for $15 to $50, which is also a discount on the $10 and $20 cost of albums on Google Music.
The new feature allows users who buy an album and have it shipped from Amazon to have the album streamed to their computers and phones, as well as on Amazon Prime Music.
Users will also be able to buy songs for their computer and phones for $6 a pop to stream for free.
While the new feature is new, Amazon Music users will have to log in to the service to get the feature.
The service also launched a new music subscription option called Music Unlimited, which allows customers to buy music for an unlimited number of days for an additional fee.
As Amazon Music is now the first to allow customers to stream songs for free on its service, the music streaming giant is hoping that this new feature will make the service a more popular and valuable product for customers.