Until now, downloading Prime Video shows and movies was only possible on mobile.
Amazon has released the Prime Video app that works natively on the Mac. It offers many of the same features as the mobile app, but is available on the App Mac Store.
Further reading report: The Amazon-designed refrigerator uses technology similar to Amazon Go stores. This app is free to download but requires an Amazon account to access the content. This content includes shows and movies that play for free with Amazon Prime Video, as well as purchases and rentals from the entire Amazon catalog. In fact, there is a prominent scroll button titled "Free for Me" in the top right corner of the app. Checking this out means that you'll only see free content with Prime.
This app is divided into Home, Store, Search, Downloads and My Stuff tabs.
Regardless since the Mac platform has a history and culture of native apps, and using these apps can be a little more beautiful in simple ways, the main advantage of using this native app is that it allows you to download parts to a local device. Just like the mobile app - perfect for preparing for long trips and other periods when you might be away from a fast and reliable internet. p>
It is unusual for a native video player to be released on a Mac. Considering that most of the people who watch streaming networks like Amazon Prime Video do so over the web, which most streaming companies consider the major platform. But downloadability seems to be the main reason for this app. p>
Previously, downloading Amazon Prime Video content to a Mac was not possible - it was only possible on an iPhone or iPad. The Amazon Prime Video mobile app was not among the various iPhone and iPad apps that can be downloaded and used on the M1 Mac.
Amazon Prime Video app for Mac requires macOS Big Sur or later. p> p>
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You can now download Amazon Prime Videos to your Mac
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