Amazon's Echo got yet another new feature, and this time it is the addition of Prime Stations, which brings tons of ad-free music to the device.

Amazon Echo gains support for Prime Stations

Recently the Amazon Echo has been getting integration with a bunch of new services, and the most recent is Prime Stations. It wasn't that long ago that we saw Prime Stations become available to Android users, and now the service is available on the Echo, allowing music to be controlled without needing to touch a thing.

With the addition of Prime Stations, users will be able to navigate their musical selections through voice requests. Here are some of the requests that can get you started.

  • Play a Prime Station by saying "Alexa, play the Bruno Mars Prime Station."
  • Control playback with "Alexa, next", "Alexa, pause/resume", or "Alexa, go back."
  • Learn about what's playing by asking "Alexa, what song is this?"
  • Personalize your stations by saying "Alexa, thumbs up/thumbs down."

Make sure you have the latest Amazon Echo app from Google Play, and get to controlling your music with just your voice.