There are countless music streaming apps that already support Android Auto but Amazon Music is more your cup of tea then you’re going to appreciate that the app has been updated with support for Google’s in-car infotainment platform. Amazon Music app allows Prime members to stream music from the Prime library which plays hosts to millions of tracks from countless artists, now users can blast their tunes in the car through Android Auto.

For those who are unaware Android Auto is an in-car infotainment platform that Google launched a while back. There are quick a few car manufacturers who have already committed to installing the platform in their new vehicles.

Those who don’t want to buy a new car just for Android Auto can always pick up a compatible radio from a third-party OEM to bring all of the AA features to their existing car.

Once the Android device is plugged in Android Auto locks out the device’s screen so that users don’t get distracted by interacting with their device. All essential features such as messages, navigation and music are easily accessible through the display with a user interface that’s focused on minimal interaction and this reduces the risk of accidents.

The new Amazon Music app now has support for Android Auto which means it can be used through the infotainment platform to stream music, it also brings more functionality for the Prime music stations that were added to the app a few months back.

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