Amazon Prime Video Apple TV App Spotted Briefly Before Taken Down


The latest 4K HDR-enabled Apple TV is one of the best media streaming boxes around, but it's been lacking something important since the day it launched: Amazon Prime Video.

After a long six-month wait since its announcement, Amazon has finally released its Prive Video app for Apple TV third-generation and above. Today that became a reality with version 5 of the Amazon Prime Video app. Prime Video comes bundled with Amazon Prime, and users can join both for a yearly subscription of Rs 999.

Have your say: What was your favourite moment from the Adelaide Test?
Starc had Stuart Broad caught behind for eight and finished off the Test just before tea bowling Jonny Bairstow for 36. England , resuming the final day on 176/4, were bundled out for 233 inside the first session at the Adelaide Oval.

The app and partnership was originally announced in June during Apple's annual developer conference. No release date was since mentioned by Apple.

While Amazon fights with Google over YouTube, it's own streaming service just got a big win. Amazon is apparently looking to increase its viewing audience because rival Netflix is ramping up its efforts to bring more original content to its subscribers. Once you've installed it on your Apple TV, you can browse without logging in, but unsurprisingly, to watch anything, you'll need to sign in to your Amazon account.

Austria's Supreme Court Legalized Gay Marriage
She furthermore added: 'ILGA-Europe are sending all our congratulations to the LGBTI activists, legal experts (including Dr. The two were already in a civil partnership, but they were refused a formal marriage in Vienna by the city's authorities.

For Apple, it will help to more easily sell its set-top box to the 90 million USA -based Amazon Prime subscribers.

Amazon stopped selling Apple TV in the fall of 2015 after Bezos said he didn't want his customers to buy a device that wasn't compatible with Amazon's video app.

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Bernstein set a $30.00 target price on shares of Intel and gave the stock a "sell" rating in a report on Tuesday, August 15th. The chip maker reported $1.01 earnings per share for the quarter, beating analysts' consensus estimates of $0.80 by $0.21.