Amazon recently updated its Amazon Music Android application with several new features, some of which will certainly make its app more competitive with alternatives such as Google Play Music or Spotify.

Users can now store Amazon Music tracks on a device’s microSD card, as opposed to only having the option to store the files locally. Additionally, the service now supports Android Wear devices, allowing users to control music and browse through music from their wrists. The UI has been tweaked with the addition of a “New to Prime” section and a “Popular” tab. U.K. users now have access to lyrics, too.

You should find the update in Google Play Store soon.