Friday, July 3, 2020

Amazon Prime Video's windows app is now live

Amazon Prime Video’s dedicated app for Windows 10 is now live in the Microsoft Store, the company announced Thursday. It allows you to stream videos and download them for offline viewing. While it’s always been possible to stream Prime Video content through a browser like Chrome, there was no way to download videos on a Windows device to view offline until now.
Amazon Prime Video app for Windows 10 is now live and working ...

Amazon has lately beefed up its original streaming content to compete with rivals like Netflix and Hulu. That includes critically acclaimed shows like Fleabag, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Homecoming. A recent report found that the company is “actively pursuing” licensing deals for live TV, and earlier this week, it introduced a Watch Party feature in the US so up to 100 people can stream with friends.
The Windows 10 app is free, but a subscription to Amazon Prime Video is $8.99 per month. Amazon Prime subscribers, who pay $119 for an annual subscription, get Prime Video for free. 
According to the company, the app can stream and download up to 1080p HD, “but may vary per content.” In testing, we weren’t able to get better than 720p across a number of titles, even though they are listed as “4K UHD” in the app itself.

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