Amazon Prime Video is a great option for cord-cutters who want to enjoy plenty of TV shows, movies, and Amazon Prime originals like Good Omens on-demand. But what is Amazon Prime Video device support like? Can you use it on all of your favorite devices? Find out in this article from Flixed.

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What Devices Work with Amazon Prime Video?

Currently, you can use Amazon Prime Video on all of the following devices.

  • Select smart TVS from Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, Hisense, LG, Vizio, Skyworth, Sharp, Philips, Haier, Changhong and Vestel
  • Select Blu-Ray players from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony
  • iOS and Android smartphones and tablets   
  • PlayStation, Xbox and Wii consoles
  • Roku
  • Chromecast
  • Amazon Fire TV, TV Stick and Fire Tablets
  • Apple TV
  • TiVo
  • Nvidia SHIELD

For more information, or to see if a particular device is supported, click here to learn more. 

Can I use Amazon Prime Video on Other Devices?

If you have an older, outdated device that is not explicitly supported by Amazon Prime Video, you may still be able to get it to work. However, you may run into performance and stability issues. A supported device is always a better option. 

Why Use Amazon Prime Video?

Amazon Prime Video has a huge lineup of movies and TV shows, including shows you won’t find on any other streaming service like Hulu or Netflix. It also has some unique Amazon Prime Originals like Good Omens, The Grand Tour, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel which you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

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Eric Liston is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in Ohio, specializing in internet security, cord-cutting, and more.