Now Playing: Amazon TV is a better way to watch video, according to the company source Google Play title Amazon TV streaming app: What you need to know about the Amazon video app article Amazon video is getting a major makeover, and Amazon is now selling it as a standalone app.
The move is a major step for the streaming giant as it continues to expand its TV service to customers in developing markets, where it has struggled to compete with traditional broadcasters.
The Amazon Video App is now available in over 30 countries including India, Brazil, Turkey, Israel, South Africa and Indonesia.
It will be available in the U.S. in the coming weeks, with pricing and availability expected to start at $9.99.
The app is not compatible with Amazon’s other services like Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire Phone and Fire TV S.
While Amazon has not disclosed any pricing information, we have seen reports that the app will start at less than $10 for the basic edition.
Amazon Video has been plagued with complaints about a lack of quality content on its app and service.
In June, the streaming platform admitted it was not properly testing the app and said it was launching a series of fixes to fix some of its problems.
In addition, the company is working to make it easier to install and install apps from third-party developers on its platform, which has long been a source of complaints from users.
Amazon is also reportedly working to improve its support for Amazon Alexa devices, which is already available on the platform.
Alexa is a virtual assistant that has been used in Amazon’s Alexa devices to help users search for products and to play music.
Amazon’s move to sell the Amazon TV app is a big boost for the company, which still has no clear path to a standalone service, which many observers have called a necessity.
The company’s strategy of selling apps on Amazon’s platform has been criticized by some, but Amazon’s growth in the streaming video space has led to a surge in revenue from advertising and other revenues, which could prove lucrative for the retailer.