As with transfers between almost any two competing applications, transferring music from Amazon Music to Google Play Music is not as simple as clicking a couple buttons. You are unfortunately going to need to download from Amazon and then upload to Google.
However, you do not have to use Music Manager to upload music to Google Play. While, in my own ...
If you inspect the source code of the page you will see:
It's the popularity of the songs. iTunes has a similar thing.
The yellow bars you're seeing indicate the popularity of the track. The more yellow bars that are displayed, the ...
I had this same issue using my Amazon Music desktop app on the Mac. Ultimately my goal was to try to get my Amazon Echo devices to respond to commands for playing select songs in my library, for which I found two solutions and one of them was to pay for their cloud service. To get my iTunes library into their cloud, I figured I had to use the Amazon Music ...
Unfortunately the previous poster is correct, I am not aware of a way to do this cloud to cloud - if someone does, please speak up.
However, if you're willing to do a little setup in your house, you can have a pretty seamless experience.
I buy almost all of my music from Amazon, because they have the best deals, larger library, and they auto upgrade ...
I know this thread is a little old, but I'm posted in case this helps someone in the future.
Go to the top right corner in your Amazon.ca account, and click "Your Account" under "Account & Lists".
Under "Digital content and devices", click "Music Settings".
Right at the bottom, you should see "Your Amazon Music Account is currently in US. Move your ...
The solution turned out to be easy - I just called Amazon support, and they fixed it up within 10 minutes. I didnt think it'd be easy to reach their support and get such awesome response times, but I guess I was wrong.
So long story short - try the Amazon support customer line!