Published: Tue, March 24, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Amazon Prime Video finally gets profiles

Amazon Prime Video finally gets profiles

It might have taken years, but Amazon Prime Video is finally ready to offer something you might take for granted on Netflix and other services: multiple profiles for a single account. Whether it's working remotely or studying, there's certainly an app for that.

The "free for all" scheme also includes titles such as Tumble Leaf and Little Big Awesome and is aimed at pre-school children, as well as those up to the age of 11.

Prime Video supports up to six profiles, NDTV reveals, with the feature having just gone live in India. That means you will need to create or log in to an Amazon account. The worldwide rollout is happening in phases, so you should expect follow-up news when profiles are available in the U.S. and the UK. Amazon is changing that now as it rolls out the option to add more profiles, but only in certain markets. If you're wondering whether or not you have it already, you can obviously just open your Prime Video account and check if it's supported in your region.

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For general audiences, as well as families, Amazon is also offering a new space for films now in theaters that have received early digital releases called Amazon Prime Cinema in which every early debut is receiving the spotlight, including Onward.

Given how much Amazon has invested in original content for Prime Video, it was always curious that this basic feature was absent.

You can download the updated Prime Video app here from App Store and here from Play Store. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries.

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