Amazon Prime Music can be downloaded for offline playback, which is useful for people who tend to rely on wireless internet access and have small data plans. One of the biggest problems regarding storage has been address, Prime Music can now be stored on your phones SD card.
Alongside these updates, Amazon Music made a few other interface tweaks, including the addition of a “New to Prime” tab in Prime Music showing the newest arrivals, and a “Popular” tab that displays the top charts for songs, albums and playlists. Lyrics support is also now available beyond the U.S. to include the United Kingdom.
If you use an Android device you can download Amazon Music with Prime Music for free from the Good e-Reader App Store.
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