prime-music-androidHowdy folks – it looks like Amazon, as part of its Prime Music platform, has just launched Prime Stations on devices that run on the Android mobile operating system. Basically, Prime members who make use of Android devices will now be able to enjoy unlimited access to Prime Stations. Just what are Prime Stations, you ask? Well, for starters, they happen to be an ad-free internet radio service that one is able to enjoy without having to fork out a single cent more for their membership.

In fact, it must be noted that Prime Stations are currently available on the Web and Desktop app (Mac and PC), iOS, and Fire HD/HDX devices. As for the number of available Prime Stations, you would definitely be spoilt for choice – with hundreds of those to choose from. All that customers need to do is to hunt down a genre or artist that they like, before hitting play in order to hear a continuous stream of music. Needless to say, this stream of music can be paused, replayed, or skipped – without having to go through any kind of restrictions whatsoever.

You can then share your two cents’ worth by giving songs a thumbs up or thumbs down for each station, and this will help adapt to your music tastes in due time, too.

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