Amazon has finally unveiled a Prime Video app for Mac users

Amazon has finally released a Prime Video software for Mac users, which has been in development for quite some time. The Mac Software Store has made the app accessible for purchase and download. Users of Amazon Prime Video may get the app for free on their MacBooks.

All Amazon Prime content that is now available on the streaming service’s iOS and Android apps will be made available on the streaming service’s macOS app as well. Although you do not need to pay to download the app, you will need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber in order to access the collection of episodes, movies, documentaries, and other content.

You may choose the video quality for both streaming and downloading via the Amazon Prime Video app for Mac, which supports offline downloads and allows you to customise the video quality for both streaming and downloading. Apart from that, the Prime Video app for macOS has features such as picture-in-picture mode, AirPlay, and in-app purchases. When you visit the Amazon Prime Video page on the Mac Program Store, you will be presented with a list of the data gathered by the app under the App Privacy section, which you may then choose to ignore.

Among the data that Amazon Prime Video accesses are your financial information, contact information, search history, use statistics, user content, location, and other personal information. You may also subscribe to Amazon Prime through the iTunes store.

Payment will be debited from your iTunes Account at the time of purchase, and your membership will automatically renew on a monthly basis unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the then-current plan term, in which case your subscription will be cancelled.

Subscription rates for Amazon Prime in India have just seen a price increase. The price of the streaming app’s monthly, quarterly, and annual subscription options has increased. The monthly Prime membership, which is now priced at Rs 129, will now cost users Rs 179, the quarterly membership, which is currently marketed at Rs 329, will now cost users Rs 459, and the yearly membership, which is currently priced at Rs 999, will now cost users Rs 1499. The new pricing structure has not yet taken effect, and Amazon has not yet stated when the new pricing structure will be made available.

The existing premier members would not be affected by the price increase. For the time being, existing Prime members will be able to keep their subscription at the current price for the length of their membership plan. However, following the price adjustment, you will have the option of renewing your membership at the new rate,” Amazon Prime states on its website.

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