Amazon Instant Video and Barnes and Noble Nook Video give customers living in the USA lots of options to view movies in HD. Movies, television, and various streaming options are available at fairly affordable prices. One of the largest benefits of getting a Kindle Fire HD or a Nook HD is being able to tap into their extensive video libraries. In the past, this used to be for USA customers only, but no longer!
Shop e-Readers has introduced a new service that allows customers all over the world to access Amazon Instant Video and Nook Videos! This is a fairly simple method of editing some details on your router and allowing any tablet connected via wi-fi to access USA content! This is not a VPN, because those don’t even work on connected wi-fi devices.
Not only will you have access to streaming video content, but also to apps like Hulu, Spotify, Pandora, and many others. Any app or service that requires a USA only account will be viewable on your PC, Mac, laptop, smartphone, and tablet.
Right now there is a single year subscription for $89.99! When you subscribe to the service you will get a detailed report on how to setup your specific router and all the steps involved. It only takes a few minutes and is very easy to do. It mainly involves your own personal DNS server that is optimized for video streaming in HD. There are free options out there, but many thousands of users are sharing the same one as you. The Shop e-Readers solution gives you own DNS ID number to ensure the best experience. It works for up to two different computers, so you can use your device via wi-fi at home and at work.
In the end, this is a great new service. No matter where you live, you will be able to access all the video content on your tablet, as the company intended. Amazon Prime also gives you free video content every month, if you are an existing member.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.