Amazon Music introduces auto mode, but can’t be used while driving

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Amazon Music has been updated for iOS and Android, adding a mode for those who are behind the wheel. It simplifies the interface, the buttons become larger and more convenient, and the mode can be turned on immediately as soon as the phone is connected to the radio via Bluetooth.

The new feature looks perfect for those who don’t have an Apple CarPlay or Android Auto compatible audio system but want to use Amazon Music. As they say in the press service of Amazon, the new mode will allow you not to waste time on unnecessary navigation through the application. However, on the Amazon Music website, the company warns: do not use the app while driving. What’s more, just below we warn: Using Amazon Music while driving is dangerous and can result in serious injury, death, or property damage.

The thing is, Automotive mode makes the track control buttons larger and also adds customizable buttons to enable you to play your favorite playlists, stations, or albums. Also in the application there is Alexa, who can take control of the tracks by taking voice commands. The essence of the whole auto mode is that song management becomes much less dangerous when you have to change the record while driving, and the threatening warnings are dictated by the law.

Author: John Kessler
Graduated From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, worked in various little-known media. Currently is an editor and developer of Free News.
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