Posted Fri Oct 30, 2015 at 02:45 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
Android devices now have new Prime Music features.
Amazon has announced the release of a new version of its Prime Music Android app. The service offers a comprehensive library of streaming music tracks.
The updated Android app now gives Prime Music users the ability to store streaming music tracks directly on their mobile device's SD card for offline playback. In addition, the software upgrade also features browsing and playback support from Android Wear products. Likewise, the app includes some interface improvements along with tabs for "New" and "Popular" music. Prime Music allows users to stream a growing collection of ad-free music tracks to their Kindle Fire HD/HDX, PCs, Macs, web browsers, and iOS and Android devices -- including songs from popular artists like Daft Punk, Bruno Mars, Blake Shelton, The Lumineers, Bruce Springsteen and Madonna. The service also offers pre-programmed playlists and personalized recommendations.
The new Prime Music app is heading to Android devices now. A Prime membership currently costs $99 per year, and also includes free 2-day shipping, Prime Instant Video, and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library.
Sources: Engadget, Tech Crunch
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