How to install Amazon Prime Video on your devices

Amazon Prime Video is one of the most popular and widely used video streaming services. You can find many great movies, TV shows, cartoons, and Amazon originals. If you haven't used it before, you can sign up for a free trial that usually lasts 30 days. In some countries, the free trial is only seven days, but you will see how long it will last when you sign up.

The best part of the experience is that you can access the content on your PC and other devices, such as your smart TV, smartphone, or tablet. And that's pretty cool. So, if you are entirely new to this, and want to know how to install Amazon Prime Video on your devices, keep reading. We are going to show you the steps.

See also: How to manage a watchlist on Amazon Prime Video

How to install Amazon Prime Video on your devices

If you want to watch your favorite TV show, you can do that by opening Amazon Prime Video on your PC, but if you are on the go or want to watch it on your mobile phone, you can also do that. Here's how to install Prime Video on your devices:

  • First, open your device's app store and look for Amazon Prime Video. Download and install the app. (Prime video app is available on the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, Fire Tablet, Game Consoles -PS & Xbox, Streaming devices - Roku, Apple TV, Firestick, Smart TV's and other Tablets)

  • Once installed, open the Prime Video app and select the option "Sign in and Start Watching." Enter your username and password (Amazon account info)

You can also register a new device on the Amazon Prime Video website.

  • Sign in and click on the icon in the top-right corner of the screen.

  • Click Account & Settings, and then click the Your devices tab. Next, click Register New Device.

You will receive a code to enter.

You are all set! You can now watch Prime Video content on the selected device.

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