The Amazon Video app for Android is available now, and while the app is very basic, there are some pretty impressive features built into it.
There are a number of different video streams available for Amazon Video, and the first thing you will notice when opening the app are the built-in audio and video sources.
The most notable feature is the ability to play Amazon Video movies and TV shows directly from your Amazon Prime membership.
That means if you’ve subscribed to Prime Video or Amazon Video in the past, you can stream them right from the app.
It’s worth noting that the video streams aren’t native to the Amazon Video client itself, and you’ll need to use an app like VLC to stream the content.
The video streams are limited to 1080p and 60fps, but you can turn this off to play the content at higher resolutions.
You can also disable the option to show ads, and for now you’re limited to one per month.
It appears Amazon Video is focusing heavily on video streaming.
The company has invested in some really impressive hardware to support the app, and it seems to be doing a great job.
It seems to have a lot of features that will be useful to most Amazon Video subscribers, and that includes Amazon Video support for a number different devices.
Amazon has also partnered with a number major video streaming services, including YouTube and Hulu Plus, to bring their content to the service.
The app is still quite barebones, so you might need to be a little patient with a few of the videos you’re able to stream.
The first feature that comes to mind is the possibility to play local videos.
When you open the app on your smartphone, you’ll notice a list of movies that you can pick from.
You’ll also notice that a new video is added to the library whenever you launch the app for the first time.
Once you’ve added the video to the list, you’re asked to choose a title from the list and choose to watch it.
This process will repeat for every new video that you watch.
If you choose to skip to the next title, the new title will be automatically downloaded from Amazon Video.
The only problem with this is that you have to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the Amazon TV app to watch local videos, so make sure you’re connected to Wi-fi in order to do this.
You also won’t be able to watch any Amazon Video shows on Amazon Prime Video, though you can watch them on other Amazon TV devices like Roku TVs.
You will still be able stream local video directly from Amazon’s servers.
It’ll take a few minutes to watch a video on Amazon Video from the Amazon app, but once you do, it will automatically play it on Amazon’s Amazon Prime members’ devices.
The second feature that’s pretty impressive is the new ability to search for videos on your Amazon Video library.
When opening the Amazon video app, you will see a list with a lot more titles.
The list of titles is sorted by date, so if you search for a title that’s older than the one you’re currently viewing, it’ll show up as “previously on Amazon.”
If you hover over a title, it takes you to the video’s description, which is a little bit different than the description you’ll see when viewing a video from your normal internet-connected device.
The description will also show you a list, with a link to a video you might be interested in.
The title you get is the title that you’ve selected in the title search field, which will take you to a search page where you can find video related to that title.
It looks like Amazon has made a lot better use of the search field in the Amazon Watch app, too.
When I was opening up the Amazon YouTube app, it looked like I was searching for videos related to my favorite TV show, “The X-Files.”
This seems like an odd feature to me, as the video search is the same as the one that Amazon shows in the app itself.
Amazon Video also has an option to create an Amazon Watch list, and this feature is similar to what Amazon did with the Amazon Prime video feature in the first place.
This feature will allow you to create lists of your favorite TV shows and movies, and will allow them to be viewed on Amazon Watch.
There is a lot going on with Amazon Video right now, but it’s definitely a promising platform for the future of Amazon Video and the company.
Amazon Watch will launch sometime in the future, and if you want to try it out right now on your Android device, Amazon has a free trial available right now.