Amazon Prime Instant Video arrives on Android

Written by Anjali Mishra

Just now, Amazon has updated its app in the Play Store to version 5.0. It isn’t usually of much discussion, but this latest update has allowed its users to access Amazon’s entire catalogue of Movies and TV on demand. Now the users can easily download the prime Instant Video player app through the Amazon App Store. And once it has been installed, users can browse through a wide range of videos on their demand. Many videos are even free to stream if the user has an Amazon Prime Account. However, there are certain tiles that they’ll need to pay extra for to buy or rent. The new update to the Amazon app also includes 5GB of free image back-up space with Amazon Cloud drive.

Amazon Prime Video Review: Though not as amazing as Netfix bit still there is an ample if reason to like Amazon Prime Instant Video. It is great for movies and kids’ cartoons. Prime Instant Video is an ongoing streaming service. It is not confusing and is easy to access. If the user is already a member of the Amazon’s Prime club, he or she will get Prime Instant Video automatically. If they wish to get the video but not the membership, which gives a free delivery on eligible orders and free eBook borrowing, Prime Instant Video is then available for EUR 5.99 per month.

The service supports Kindle Fire HD and HDX, iOS, Xbox 360, Xbox One and now Android too. Nintendo Wii and Wii U, PS3 and PS4, LG, Sony and Samsung Smart TVs, Sony’s Network Media Player and Home Cinema System and Blu-Ray players from LG, Samsung and Sony. Overall, Prime Instant Video is a decent but flawed streaming service. The features are smooth and now Android users can access it too.

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