Those of you sporting an Amazon Prime account have a lot of things going for you beyond the free Prime 2-day shipping. You have access to same day delivery in some locations, movies & TV shows along with access to a collection of music for your earholes. An update to Amazon Music is currently rolling out to users of the service that includes a few things that some may enjoy seeing. For starters, you will finally be able save some tunes to an SD card for offline listening. Those of you who sport an Android Wear toting watch will also be happy to see that the update brings in support for the mini PC’s on our wrists. Basically letting you control your tunes playback from your wrist. Here are the rest of the details.

What’s New 

  • Download owned or Prime Music directly to their SD card for offline playback
  • Prime Music artist detail pages
  • Android Wear support
  • New to “Prime” tab in Prime Music
  • New “Popular” tab in Prime Music
  • Lyrics support (for UK only – it was already available in the US)

Be sure to hit the Play Store and snag the update if you are an avid Amazon Prime Music lover.

Via 9to5Google