Amazon Music picks up limited Chromecast support
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Things have been shifting (slightly) recently, with Amazon finally bringing its video to the Play Store and being more receptive to standard Google practices. And now, Amazon has quietly added Chromecast support to its Amazon Music app, at least on certain phones.
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