Amazon has just updated their Prime Video App for Android that allows you to store content on your phone or tablets SD card. This new change is applicable to movies or television shows that you purchase or download for free.
The feature is available to Amazon customers in US, UK, Germany, Austria and Japan. They can automatically set the SD card as their default location for downloading and then, after an item is downloaded, they can switch the location where the title is stored in settings.
Amazon is one of the few streaming companies to allow people to store their content locally. Netflix does not allow for offline viewing, which gives customers who have purchased a standalone subscription to Prime Video or who have it as apart of their $99 per year Prime package a reason to celebrate.
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