When you can stream TV on Roku, you can now stream it on Amazon, too
Ars Technicast has learned that Amazon is now launching an online video streaming service called Amazon Prime Video that will allow you to stream Netflix, Hulu Plus, and other Amazon video services on your Amazon Fire TV box.
Amazon has also started rolling out Amazon Prime Music, a service that allows users to stream music from major labels.
But Amazon’s new streaming service will only work on Fire TV boxes with a USB port.
The company also launched a streaming service for Apple TV, which is not available yet.
The new service will allow Amazon Prime users to access all the major streaming services, including HBO Now, Showtime, and the Disney Movies Anywhere app.
It’s not clear how long the service will remain available on Fire TVs that have Amazon FireOS 4, but Amazon says it will be available to new Fire TV owners by mid-June.
FireOS users who already have Amazon Prime will get the new service immediately, but they won’t be able to get it on existing Fire TV sets.
Amazon Prime video will work on the Fire TV Stick, Fire TV 3, Fire HD, Fire Stick Pro, Fire Stream, Fire Mini, Fire Phone, Fire OS 2, Fire tablet, Fire S, Fire, and Fire TV 4.
It will also work on any Fire TV set that has HDMI and USB 2.0 ports.
The service will cost $9.99 per month, but you’ll also get a free $10 Amazon Prime membership to Amazon Prime.
The Fire TV Mini is also now launching on Amazon Prime, though the Fire HD and Fire OS 3 users can’t stream any of the major services.
The Amazon Prime music service is still not available.
Amazon hasn’t announced pricing or launch dates for the new Amazon streaming service.
The streaming service is available in a number of countries.
In the United States, Amazon Prime subscribers can now watch the major Hollywood blockbusters and blockbusters in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and South Africa.
Amazon also launched Prime Music in Australia, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and New Zealand in February.
In addition to streaming services like HBO Now and Showtime, Amazon is also offering other services like Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.
In February, the company announced it had signed a deal with HBO to stream shows and movies to the Prime Video service in the U.S. and Canada.
Amazon’s streaming service, which will launch this summer, will be a cross between Prime Video and a free HBO Now service.