The latest update from Amazon has made it easier for Apple users to purchase or hire movies from its Prime Video app. Before, prospects using the Prime Video app from an iOS gadget or Apple TV would have to first purchase or rent the film elsewhere — like through the Amazon website or a Prime Video app on another system, such as the Fire TV, Roku, or an Android device. Now, Prime Video users can make the acquisition directly through the app instead.
The modifications weren’t formally declared; however, it rapidly spotted once live.
The update now makes it possible for Prime Video customers to rent or purchase thousands of titles from Amazon’s video portfolio. This contains new release films, TV shows, classic movies, award-winning series, etc.
That is supported on a majority of Apple gadgets, along with the iPhone, iPad and iPod contact running iOS/iPadOS 12.2 or higher, in addition to Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K.
Amazon for years has prevented users from directly buying movies and series from the Prime Video app on Apple devices. That’s because Apple needs a 30% cut of all in-app purchases happening on its platform. To avoid commissions, many apps — along Amazon, Netflix, Tinder, Spotify and others — have bypassed the major app platforms’ commissions at times by redirecting users to a website.