Amazon’s Prime Music lets you download audio to SD card

By | October 31, 2015


Amazon has added a very important feature for its Prime Music users. Amazon music streaming service already had option for downloading songs for offline use, but it didn’t allow its users to download songs to their phone SD cards. So now Amazon is allowing its users to download songs directly to your device’s SD card to free up the internal storage space.

This new feature is very good, as it allows you to download songs to your phone’s SD card from Amazon Prime library for offline music. This means that you can download as many songs as you want and listen to these songs without internet connections. currently, SD card is most common way to expand the memory of Android device. Early Amazon’s music streaming service didn’t support SD cards, which kind of restricted its users from downloading many songs at any given time.

In addition to this SD card support, Amazon also added Android Wear support to its music streaming service. This means that you can now browse the app and control the songs from your Android Wear device. This service also added an expanded artists pages and tabs to keep you in touch with new releases. The new version of Amazon Prime Music for Android is available right now. If you don’t see all the changes, you just have to wait for a while.