Prime Music so my kid(s) can download free music they want to their phone/MP3 and not be able to get into my Amazon account? I'm sure there is a way and The Ps would know. I know they can download PrimeMusic app, then what. I'm sure I could muddle through, but to avoid pitfalls I'm asking you all to talk me through it. And talk to me in an I-am-50ish-and-need-ez-instructions way. Thanks.
Free or paid Amazon Prime members can share their shipping benefits with up to four additional family members living in the same household. If you purchase a Prime membership for a small business, you may invite up to four co-workers to shop with this corporate account. Other Amazon Prime membership benefits such as Prime Instant Video, Prime Music, and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library can't be shared.
I concur with the others. My twins have kindle fires with their own accounts and cannot access my books or music.
DH and oldest DD can access my prime music through their iPhones using my password, but only one person can listen at a time, so we sometimes end up kicking one another off. You get a message that you are already listening on another device if you try to play music while someone else is on, and can switch it to your device.
Can you put the password in on their device but not tell it to them. I have my password on our blu ray players so we can watch but DH and DS don't know my password nor can they access my account. It doesn't show the password and it remembers it on my machines. Not sure if it would need to be entered every time for music or not. I would try this and see what happens. If it does show it of course then you would have to change it but I would be tempted to try it.
Loc: So Cal