If you’re a resident of India then you will be glad to know that Amazon has launched its content-streaming Fire TV Stick in India.
On Wednesday Amazon has launched its content-streaming Fire TV Stick, a media player that plugs into an HDTV and lets people access its Prime Video and entertainment of Netflix among other services on television.
The Fire TV Stick comes pre-loaded with applications counting Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, Netflix, Voot and Eros Now, among others. The stick also lets you duplicate your online video library on TV with the support of a working Wi-Fi connection.
India is the fifth market where Amazon Fire TV Stick, priced at Rs.3, 999, has been presented- after the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Amit Agarwal (senior vice-president and country manager at Amazon India) said, “We started Prime with unlimited fast delivery and then added unlimited access to Prime Video at no additional cost. Now, Fire TV Stick transforms TV viewing and makes the Prime experience even better.”
He also said, “Customers can now instantly stream their favorite movies and TV shows right from an HDTV, and easily find new content using just their voice.”
According to Marc Whitten, vice-president, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon wished to make it facile for people to view television on their television again. He said, “Fire TV Stick offers access to a vast selection of movies and TV shows, popular apps, and features designed specifically for customers in India including powerful voice search for Amazon Video titles in Hindi and English. Fire TV Stick also offers data monitoring and other features to help customers in India get the most from their data plan and stream more content using less bandwidth.”
Meanwhile, if you’re already using Amazon Fire TV and looking for some appropriate Amazon Fire TV Support then you can contact professionals. Earlier this month, Bharti Airtel Ltd released the latest hybrid set-top-box mixing its DTH providing with Google’s Android TV OS, with apps counting Netflix and YouTube, in an attempt to keep its podium pertinent for users who are growingly shifting to so-called non-linear TV and grow its average revenue per user.
Ashish Pherwani, partner, media, and entertainment at consulting firm EY, shared his words, “these devices work on lower cost broadband compared to mobile data plans, with the added advantage of the bigger screen experience and since the data costs come down, the service providers get that many more subscribers on the platform.”
In the United States, other than Prime Video, Amazon preloads Fire TV with close to 140 apps such as Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime, Fox Now, CBS All Access and more. Rest being a user of Fire TV you can ask for any Fire Stick Help by getting in touch with professionals.