Android users can now enjoy unlimited ad-free access to Amazon Prime Music Stations.
Amazon has made Prime Stations, part of the Prime Music platform, available for Android users. Members of Amazon Prime will now be able to get unlimited access to Prime Stations, which offers an ad-free internet radio. Users can select from hundreds of Prime Stations based on their musical preference, and listen for as long as they want. Stations are either specific artists or genres of music, and once selected a continuous stream of music will be played.
Much like Pandora, you can give the thumbs up to songs you enjoy, and the thumbs down to ones you don't want to hear again. In addition songs can be paused, replayed, or skipped, all without restriction. Getting set up on your Android device is quick and easy. Prime members will just need to download the Amazon Music app from Google Play, sign in and then select a station.