Ampya is an online streaming service comes from German media company ProSiebenSat.1. The name is derived from the English term "empire". Compared to Spotify or Napster Ampya Juke offers more services.
Ampya offers over 20 million songs, which the user can play via a web player or app accesses, and can choose desired title to play but songs will not save as MP3 on your computer or smartphone. Also, the concept of pay equivalent to the familiar pattern: The free version (Ampya Free) only works on PC and is funded by ads. For 4.99 euros you can enjoy commercial-free music (Ampya premium), but only on your PC. Those who want to listen to music without an internet connection then they have to acquire "Ampya Premium Plus" for 9.99 euros a month.
Ampya relies not only on music, but also provides over 100,000 and 57,000 music videos and radio stations. If you want to have your own music library while on the move, there is an offline mode in the Premium Plus subscription. The amazing thing is that you can upload up to 10,000 songs in offline mode. While Spotify offers about 3333 songs. Ampya also provides services such as interviews and latest news from the music scene. If you are looking for a song that you have already heard before then you can retrieve it from the "History Queue".
At present, Ampya offers a player for a web browser and an app for smart phones (Apple, Android) but they are planned to extend their music service for Tablets, network player from Sonos, smart TVs, Sony PlayStation, Windows 8 and BlackBerry 10.