Amazon has rolled out an update to its Amazon MP3 app for Android devices, which fixes a few bugs and adds some new features to the app. The app is one way for Android users to get music content on their devices, via a la carte purchases, since Google has yet to launch an iTunes competitor at this time, and integrates with Amazon Cloud Drive to store for purchased or user uploaded music and songs.
New in version 2.0.3 are:
- Added lock-screen music controls
- Enabled playback using preset equalizer modes for Gingerbread and Honeycomb (Android OS 2.3+)
- Enabled the app to remember the last playing song after the app or device goes to sleep
- Enabled skipping back to the previous song using Bluetooth player controls
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