Audi has activated integration with Amazon Music which is now accessible to Audi owners through their vehicle’s MMI system via the Audi MMI connect mobile app. Owners of 2017 or 2018 models of the Audi A3, A4, A4 allroad, Audi Q7, R8, TT and 2018 models of the Audi Q5 and A5 can listen to millions of songs available through Amazon Music right from the road, from streaming services Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music. Using the Audi MMI connect mobile application, Audi customers can enjoy a more seamless integration of Amazon Music into their vehicles. When connected via the Audi MMI connect app, drivers can use the MMI® interface to make song selections, scroll through the playlists and stations, browse new releases and charts and search the music library to explore new artists, genres and styles. To access Amazon Music, Audi owners should: Connect a compatible mobile device to the in-vehicle Wi-Fi* Download the most recent Audi MMI® connect app to a compatible smartphone (version 2.9 or later) Log into the MMI connect app with myAudi credentials Swipe left to find Media Click on Amazon Music and log in with Amazon credentials Navigate Amazon Music through the vehicle’s MMI screen Audi customers who are also Amazon Prime members can now stream more than two million songs available from Prime Music, as well as over one thousand playlists and stations. Additionally, Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can access the on-demand, full catalog streaming service, including tens of millions of songs and thousands of expertly-curated playlists and stations through the Audi MMI connect app. Customers who have purchased or stored music from Amazon Music will also be able to stream their library while driving (no membership or subscription required). In addition to music streaming, with an active Audi Connect PRIME subscription, the Audi connect mobile application also supports remote vehicle services including Curfew, Speed, and Valet Alerts, remote lock and unlock capability and online car finder. And to think I thought Pandora was slick. Still do as it is an automated genre selector vs. choosing from millions of songs.