Turn your Android into a music machine with Amazon’s music store and download songs without DRM.
Amazon MP3 Review
by on March 13, 2010
Amazon MP3 makes downloading music on to your Android phone that little bit simpler. The app features an easy to use interface that breaks down as follows: Top 100 Albums, Top 100 Songs, Browse By Genre and a Search icon.
All of this is on the first screen of Android MP3, which means that there is no rooting through different menus to find what you want.
Click on the Top 100 Albums and the layout is a joy to your eyes. It shows a little thumbnail of the album, a star rating and the price of the album – it’s as simple as that. Click into the album and you’re given the option to buy songs separately or the album as a whole.
We would recommend downloading through a Wi-Fi connection, but the download process is speedy enough.
The only problem with the app is the phones themselves. Unless your Android phone has a 3.5mm jack, you will have to use the proprietary earphones. Also you will need a lot of memory to store your songs.
As an app on its own, though, Amazon MP3 is one of the easiest to use out there.
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