The Amazon video Android app for all Android tablets can be used in over 200 countries around the world. This makes the Amazon video app ideal for travelers away from home. And because you can even watch video content offline, you don’t need a (stable) internet connection! What a time to be alive! Just download the videos before you leave and enjoy later. Make sure to check out our how-to Amazon Prime Offline walk through.
In addition the Amazon video app for Android tablets has over 40.000 videos to choose from. It comes with more than a million of free songs and there is a large amount of books, audible and games to stream anywhere you like at any time.
Yet, to use the Amazon video Android app you need a subscription for Amazon Prime. Amazon let’s you try out its awesome streaming service for free the first month. And if you like the service, just create an account for just under $11 per month.
Of course the Amazon instant video app is often updated and is available in English. Other languages are expected to be added in the near future.
Minimal requirements Amazon Video Android app for tablets
To install the Amazon video Android app you need Android 4.1 or newer. This version was released in 2012 and is also known as Jelly Bean. Therefore, if your Android Tablet is from this year or newer you may proceed to download the Amazon video Android app.
Your tablet runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or higher for best performance.
You want to have 16MB free on your Android Tablet before you install the Amazon video Android app. A bit more space is recommended.
A Google Playstore Account to download.
If your model is older than 2012 or you rather don’t install an Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or higher you can try to use Amazon Prime Video through your installed Chrome browser. Just go to the Amazon Prime Video website and login to your account as you would on a desktop computer.