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Want to watch Amazon Instant Video on your smartphone or tablet? Then you’d better have a Kindle Fire, a Fire Phone, or an iOS device: there’s no Amazon Instant Video or Prime Video app available for Android or other platforms… yet.

But PC Advisor reports that at least in the UK, an Android app is on the way. It’s not clear if this means anything for folks living in the United States or other countries, since the article clearly refers Prime Video as the service formerly known as LoveFilm… which was only available in the UK and Germany. But hopefully the upcoming Prime Video app won’t be limited to the same countries.

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2 replies on “Lilbits (7-16-2014): Amazon Prime video for Android imminent?”

  1. Too bad I didn’t renew my Prime membership. Oh well, too late. I’ve been using Netflix on my Android device for half a year now because I got tired of waiting for Amazon to officially support non-kindle devices. Newegg has seen an increase in purchases recently from me as well.

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