Amazon MP3 gets updated with ICS lockscreen controls, Kindle Fire skin


Amazon MP3 is a great digital storefront for music but doesn’t get too much love for its Android app. Things get a boost today with an update that gives the music player a Kindle Fire-inspired makeover and adds in some new Android 4.0 functionality. When listening to music via Amazon MP3, users are now treated to Ice Cream Sandwich lockscreen controls, similar to those found in Google Music. Otherwise the app stays mostly the same, a serviceable music player with access to a great library of tune via Amazon. Find the update in the Android Market now.

Android Market Link: Amazon MP3

[via DroidLife]

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  1. upgraded on 2 devices today.. very slick looking.

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