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This article was published on October 31, 2015


Amazon Music adds Android Wear, Auto support

Amazon Music adds Android Wear, Auto support
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One of Amazon Music’s most requested features — the ability to download songs to an SD card to listen offline — has finally arrived.

According to Android Central, the update brings support for Android Wear devices as well as the ability to add your saved songs or albums from Prime Music to your phone’s SD card without taking up valuable on-board storage.

Those of you with Android Auto can now enjoy Prime Music while on the go, too.

Finding new music got simpler as well. Now Prime Stations appear directly in your search results, which enables seamless discovery of new online radio stations and artists (suck it Pandora) as well as enhanced suggestions that allow you to find and play music with fewer taps.

You can pick up Amazon Music with Prime Music now at Google Play.

Amazon Music adds Android Wear support, songs can now be downloaded to SD card [Android Central]

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