Amazon prime on TV

Amazon prime on TV

How to watch Amazon Prime on your TV

Like Netflix, Amazon offers Prime Video applications available for all kinds of TVs, Blu-ray players, movie systems and connected game consoles. So, whatever the configuration of your home, you should be covered. The platform is compatible with hundreds of devices, a full list of which is available on Amazon's support pages. If you have a recent model of Smart TV, set-top box (Roku, Google TV, TiVo, Nvidia Shield) or a modern console, you will be able to connect and watch the last show live.

The app can be downloaded - for free - from the app store of your TV. Once you are logged in with your membership details, that's it, you're ready to enjoy the action in streaming. Entering the lifestyle of Amazon Prime is just as simple for console owners, with dedicated apps available for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Even those with a Wii or Wii U still sitting under their TV can participate in the action.

How to watch Amazon Prime without a Smart TV

If your home entertainment system is a bit outdated and in need of serious improvement, do not worry, Amazon offers many add-ons of affordable brand-name hardware and Internet connectivity to give you instant access to Prime. The Fire TV key with the new Alexa Voice Remote control is only available at £ 39.99. It will also give you access to the free 30-day Prime Trial, and you will not be limited to Amazon's content services alone. Connected tools let you download and enjoy services like Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Vevo and My5.

Other benefits Prime

While casual observers will be excited about a new story with Good Omens, the service offered goes far beyond simple television broadcasting and movie streaming. As part of the £ 79 per year service, subscribers can use a number of additional benefits. First of all, free shipping is fast and free for all purchases made in the Amazon store. If you subscribe to Prime, millions of products will be available for free the same day - ideal for a last-minute purchase. Create access to Amazon Prime Music, a rival of Spotify and Apple Music, with free access to over a million tracks, unlimited photo storage, access to previous offers and the ability to borrow books at a digital library of more than 800,000 people, for a budget of £ 79 the annual expenses start to seem much more reasonable.

Well, you can always try for free for 30 days. Just make sure to cancel before the end of the trial, otherwise you will be trapped with an unwanted charge.