Prime Video app now on Chromecast, Android TV.

An Amazon Prime Video App is now available on Chromecast and Android TV Devices.

Meanwhile the YouTube app is also now available on Fire TV sticks.

Here’s the Amazon release:

Chromecast and Chromecast built-in users, as well as Android TV users, now have access to the Prime Video catalogue, including the latest seasons of Amazon Original series, like Good Omens, Hanna, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, along with the newest Amazon Original movies such as The Jonas Brothers’ documentary Chasing Happiness and Guava Island starring Donald Glover and Rihanna. Prime Video also offers access to 4K titles included with Prime at no additional cost. To use Chromecast on Prime Video, please download the latest Prime Video version from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.

Customers can find the new YouTube app tile in their ‘Your Apps and Channels’ row. The official YouTube app on Fire TV is better than ever. When they open the app for the first time they’ll be automatically prompted to download the app—once installed, they can simply click into the app to sign in to their existing YouTube account and access their full library of content including subscriptions, playlists, and recommendations. The new YouTube app will be the default YouTube experience for customers using a compatible Fire TV device, effective immediately.

3 Comments:

  1. Jᴏʜɴɴʏ1ᴘ5

    Excellent hope that gets more people onboard as I love it, Primes originals are really good plus all the Australian titles on there like City Homicide, Water Rats, Blue Heelers, Rush and many more Aust TV shows and movies. Plus my fave US TV show ever in Psych, my only wish is for them to pick-up Always Sunny in Philadelphia way to expensive per season on Google Play to justify it.

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