Amazon is announcing today a new service that will be accessible for all current Amazon Prime members at no extra charge in the way of Amazon Prime Music Stations. While the market is already filled with music services, from Google Play Music, Spotify, Milk, and Pandora to name few, Amazon is still determined to enter the market and make a name for itself.

Amazon Prime Music Stations is part of Amazon Prime Music (quite the mouthful) and will allows users to select from hundreds of pre-created music radio stations. After you select a station, music will flow unrestricted, and you can pause, repeat and skip and your leisure. Amazon Prime Music Stations will adapt form your music preference, by allowing you to like or dislike songs, and will play songs that are similar to your tastes the more you use it. This service has already been available for other platforms, so its nice to see it finally hit Android for those that have Amazon Prime but do not wish to pay anymore for other services. The service so far has not made a huge dent in subscriber numbers for other services, but if you wish to give it a try, you can do so by using the link below.

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