Amazon announced this morning that it’s bringing its Prime Instant Video streaming service to all Android phones in the U.S., U.K. and Germany through an update to the Amazon app for Android. After installing the new version of the mobile application, users will be able to not only shop from their phones as before, but will also have access to the “tens of thousands” of TV shows and movies currently available on the Prime Instant Video service.
However, Amazon has made the process of obtaining access to Prime Instant Video for Android a little convoluted. In order to begin streaming, users will first have to download and install (or update) the main Amazon app, then will have to go into the app and use in-app tools to download and install the Amazon Instant Video player app, which comes from the Amazon Appstore.
In addition, you’ll need to enable a setting on your…
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