Amazon has stepped up its fight against Netflix by making its video streaming service available without a Prime subscription. The standalone video service will cost $8.99 a month, which is $1 a month less than the most popular Netflix plan.
When it comes to digital book readers, Amazon is a name that’s practically synonymous with the market. And now the company has just unveiled a brand new model in its long lineup.
Amazon Video is one of the more popular options for consuming media on an iOS device, and the latest update adds even more worthwhile features to the fore.
When one company is said to be doing something, it’s usually not too long before another company, probably even a competitor, gets rumored to be doing the same thing.
The Instant Video app from Amazon is one of the more popular ways for folks to enjoy movies and TV shows, but it’s been missing one feature for quite some time: Offline playback.
Amazon has had a cloud storage option for quite some time, and now the company has made it a bit easier for users to manage their cloud collection right from their iPhone or iPad.
Cloud storage has become a necessity for many people, and so is finding the right amount of storage for one’s needs along with the right pricing.
There are a lot of subscription options out there, but with Amazon Prime a lot of different options open up for the yearly subscribers.
Amazon’s ‘Kindle Textbook Creator’ for Mac now available, looks to compete with Apple’s iBooks Author
Amazon is not afraid to launch competing devices or services, and that’s exactly what it has done with the just-announced “Kindle Textbook Creator.”