AOL has just announced that their music app, “You’ve Got Music” will soon be available for the Kindle Fire.
I kid. The real name of the app is AOL Play, and like the many social music apps it lets users listen to their own music as well as from an extensive collection of free songs and albums. Users can also stream music from over 50,000 SHOUTcast radio stations.
According to AOL senior director Sol Lipman the app looks particularly good on Amazon’s tablet:
“The Kindle Fire can’t get much more awesome, but somehow we made beautiful babies together with PLAY. It’s the best social music experience on the Fire, and I say that because I’m only mostly unbiased. Look, just stop reading and go try it.”
Now, the app isn’t live yet in the Amazon Appstore, but when it is you’ll be able to add your own album notes, share your favorite tracks with your friends, and even connect to your existing network through Twitter or Facebook.