Great news for Amazon Prime subscribers. Apple has welcomed a new Prime Video desktop app to stream or download videos on Mac.
Amazon has released a new Prime Video app for Mac, and Amazon Prime subscribers can now download the app to stream videos or download the ones they want to watch offline.
Amazon estimates that at the “best” setting, streaming will use around 5.8GB of data per hour. For downloads, Amazon estimates 2.9GB of data usage per hour of downloaded video.
The app, which is compatible with macOS Big Sur or later, supports native macOS features like Picture-in-Picture and AirPlay and extras like X-Ray with cast and behind-the-scenes info.
A dedicated tab on the app will also let users rent and purchase content, in addition to providing access to regular free-with-Prime-subscription selection. But that’s not all.
The app also allows users to adjust settings such as autoplay, subtitle preferences, parental controls, and the possibility to view other devices that have been registered to the user’s Prime account.
In addition, Apple has released improvements to its Photos app for iOS and the web, including the capability to quickly search through pictures for people, places, and years.
The redesigned version of the app also comes with a new interface and maintains its unlimited storage option for full-resolution images and up to 5GB of videos for Prime members.
Non-Prime members also get 5GB of free storage but must share this total among all stored media.
Featured image: Amazon
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