Samsung TVs get Amazon Instant Video app

Samsung TV owners will get a bit of good news, as the company announced integration of the Amazon Instant Video app to internet-connected TVs. Granted, many Netflix subscribers are already watching streaming content on their Samsung TV. But, there are plenty of Prime subscribers (also enjoying free 2-day shipping) who’ll be happy to start streaming movies and television shows on their Samsung sets. Amazon currently offers approximately 30,000 titles in their streaming library, as well as more than 140,000 titles available to purchase or rent. Samsung owners can download the Amazon Instant Video app on 2012 model TVs via the Samsung Smart TV interface, then register with their Amazon accounts. The subscriber’s personal video library from Amazon will automatically be loaded into the TV interface. The Amazon Instant Video app features Your Watchlist, captions, and tailored content recommendations. Samsung Smart TVs currently support Hulu Plus, Netflix, Blockbuster, YouTube, Vudu, AOL On, Vimeo, and BBC News apps, among others. Source: Samsung.

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Jeff Chabot

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Jeff Chabot writes about technology, broadcasting, and digital entertainment. You can also find him on Gameverse, Gadget Review, and Google+.

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