Amazon brings Prime Video app to Windows 10 Store
Amazon brings Prime Video app to Windows 10 Store

Amazon has released a Windows 10 version of its Prime Video Content Streaming Service app.

According to the U.S. e-commerce giant's announcement on Thursday, the app can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store.

Amazon recently tried to improve its original content with Prime Video to compete with other popular services like (Netflix) and (Hulu). A recent report found that the company was "active" looking for an agreement for direct TV services, and earlier this week the company launched the "Party Watch" feature in the United States so that up to 100 people could listen to the radio with friends Share.

(Prime Video) app for Windows 10 is said to be free. However, to access the content, users must subscribe to the service for $ 8.99 per month. Other Prime Amazon customers who pay $ 119 annually can access content streaming services for free.

According to The Verge, the Windows 10 service app does not currently support broadcasts with a resolution greater than 720p, similar to the iPad version of the app. However, the web browser can broadcast in 1080p resolution.

According to the company, the app can broadcast and download up to 1080p resolution, "but it depends on the content." Verg mentioned that while it says it supports 4K UHD resolution in the app itself, it can't get much of it. The title resolution is higher than 720p.

The new Watch Party feature, launched on June 30, allows users to keep in touch with friends at social intervals and is rolling out gradually. According to the company, it is currently only available in the United States, and information outside the United States will not be available soon.



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