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Amazon Prime Music now allows offline playback and supports SD card saves

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Nov 2015 10:53

Amazon Prime Music now allows offline playback and supports SD card saves Amazon has updated their Prime Music service this week, adding some highly requested features.
The company will now allow desktop and mobile users to download songs for offline playback, and mobile users can now download the songs to your phone's SD card (if you have one) allowing you to save precious internal storage.

Additionally, the service is now supported via Android Wear, the popular smartwatch operating system. The support allows for browsing via your watch and playback control.

Finally, Amazon also added a "New to Prime" tab to find the latest releases and a "Popular" tab to see the top songs and albums in the U.S. at that time.

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