Droid DNA ushers in new Amazon experience for Verizon subscribers

Droid DNA ushers in new Amazon experience for Verizon subscribers

Verizon’s latest Android smartphone, the Droid DNA, kicks off a new Amazon shopping experience when it arrives on November 21. The HTC handset come pre-loaded with the “Amazon content ecosystem” which is touted as a fully integrated shopping system. Users will have access to more than “22 million books and songs in a single, fully-integrated and easy-to-use experience.”

Pre-loaded on the home screen of the Droid DNA and future devices, the app lets users shop across all of Amazon, discover new content, access media, and receive recommendations. To help better illustrate the new features, Amazon has put together a short video which we have embedded below.

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