It was almost Christmas 5 years ago, mid-December 2016, when Amazon launched its Prime Video VOD content service in Spain and 200 other countries. And that same day, we already had mobile apps in the Google Play Store for Android and the App Store for iOS iPhone. Later this app was released for iPad and tvOS.
But it wasn’t until five years ago that Prime Video finally launched the app for the macOS system.
MacOS Amazon Prime Video app
As of yesterday, Monday, Amazon began rolling out the app for customers, allowing them to stream Prime Video content or download it for viewing offline on their Mac computers (MacBook, iMac, MacBook Air, etc.). The application brings features such as:
- Multi-user profiles
- Display picture in picture (you can watch the video in a resizable floating window which can be moved so as not to interfere with other windows)
- Functionality of to look for
- Possibility of rent or buy content via in-app transactions.
- In some markets, viewers will also be able to see live sport like the English Premier League and Thursday Night Football.
Download the Amazon Prime Video app
With the app for macOS, Amazon is now fully compatible with the ecosystem of Apple devices. The application of Amazon Prime Video for macOS It’s now available in the Apple App Store, so just open it on your computer and search for it. But you will need to have macOS Big Sur 11.4 or higher to download and use it, as it is not compatible with versions of macOS earlier than this one.
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