What Devices Support Amazon Freevee?

[Updated July 26, 2023] Amazon’s Freevee launched in April 2022 (previously known as IMDb and Freedive IMDb TV). The streaming service offers ad-sponsored viewing of movies, episodic series, documentaries, and specials. Freevee even streams some titles in 4k UHD with High Dynamic Range (HDR) for higher-quality viewing on screens that support the formats.

So what devices and platforms support Freevee? Freevee is currently supported on most popular devices including Fire TV, Prime Video, Amazon Fire, Echo Show, Android Apple TV, Google TV, LG, PS4, PS5, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, Android, and iOS.

List of Devices That Support Freevee


  • Freevee
  • Prime Video


  • Apple TV (4th & 5th Generation)
  • Fire TV media players
  • Fire TV tablets
  • Amazon Fire
  • Echo Show
  • Roku

Smart TVs

  • Fire TV
  • Roku TV
  • Samsung Smart TV (models released from 2017+)
  • Android Apple TV
  • Google TV
  • LG (models released from 2018+)

Gaming Consoles

  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox Series X/S consoles

Smartphones & Mobile Devices

  • Android mobile devices
  • iOS (such as iPhones and iPads)

Set-top boxes

  • Comcast Xfinity X-Class and Flex boxes


You can also stream Amazon Freevee titles from your web browser and through the Amazon Freevee Channel on the Prime Video app.