Amazon has updated its iOS app, officially called Amazon Music with Prime Music, with a new ad-free radio station feature called Prime Stations. The new option is available for both iPhone and iPad users, as well. You can just follow the link in order to get the new versions, in case you don't have it installed already.
Let's have a look at the official changelog of version 4.0:
With this new feature, users will be able to skip through songs they don’t like as many times as they wish. The app has also been updated with an improved suggestion engine that helps users form their own playlists from Prime songs, albums, and playlists. The service delivers playlists by genre, artist, or via Top 50 lists programmed by “music experts.”
- Introducing ad-free Prime Stations with unlimited skips
- Simplified navigation and faster performance
- New design for easier browsing of Prime Music and your library
- Personalized recommendations on Prime songs, albums, and playlists
The app also comes with a new design which is said to make it easier for users to browse music available through Prime, and music in their own libraries. Just like before, Prime members get ad-free access to more than a million songs, but it's great that there's now the option to listen to a ad-free radio station with unlimited skips.