Amazon wants you to be able to listen to your music and audio books while driving. The company announced today that the Amazon Cloud Player is available in now available in Ford SYNC Applink-equipped vehicles.
Check it out: “Ford owners can now wirelessly connect the Amazon MP3 app on their Android smartphone to the SYNC connectivity system to access and enjoy their entire Cloud Player music library in their car using simple voice commands or the audio controls.”
The Ford Applink platform works in various models of 2013 Fords including the Fiesta, Mustang, Focus, E-Series, C-MAX Hybrid, Expedition, Fusion, F-150 and Super Duty models.
The Ford Motor Company has been pushing into giving drivers access to apps this year. At CES, the company introduced a new app that lets drivers share the location of their car while they are driving.
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