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Amazon Prime Video app arrives on Windows 10 devices in India

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Amazon Prime Video app arrives on Windows 10 devices

Amazon has announced that its customers in India can now access Prime Video through a dedicated app available on the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 devices.

Using the new Amazon Prime Video for Windows app, customers are now able to stream Prime Video content online or download Prime Video content for offline viewing on their device.

This feature only works through the app on the Windows 10 operating system and includes desktop PCs, laptops, and tablets. The online streaming experience will be the same as the current experience on the Prime Video website.

Before this, Amazon Prime content was streaming through popular web browsers on Windows. This app is now available for users In US and India. While Hotstar, Netflix and other are standalone offerings, Amazon Prime Video is a free service that comes bundled with the Prime shipping option on the e-commerce platform.

Customers can find the new Amazon Prime Video for PC app through the Microsoft Store on their Windows 10 device.

Earlier, Prime Video introduced a Watch Party feature that allows its Prime members to view movies and TV shows together from different locations.

With Watch Party, one can chat with up to 100 friends while they watch movies and TV shows online together.

READ ALSO: Upcoming Netflix and Amazon Prime shows

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