For those of you who use Amazon MP3 or as the app for playing music on your Android device, good news because it’s been updated with a bunch of new features. It now features an optimized layout for tablets, a brand new color scheme, personalized recommendations added to the store (US-only) based on your purchase history, more prominent shuffle-and-play-all buttons, and lock screen player control support on Ice Cream Sandwich devices.
The app is used to play MP3s stored on your phone/tablet’s SD card, as well as those stored on Amazon’s Cloud Drive. The app is available now for free, just head over to the Android Market to download it.
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