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Amazon launches a free video streaming service, names it miniTV

Team Udayavani, May 16, 2021, 11:30 AM IST

Amazon has launched miniTV, a free video streaming service. The service offers users ‘professionally’ created and curated content across web series, comedy shows, tech news, food, beauty, fashion, and more.

miniTV is free of cost, but users will witness ads. It is available within the Amazon shopping app.

Amazon in a blog post said, “With the launch of miniTV, Amazon.in shopping app is now a single destination for customers to shop from millions of products, make payments and watch free entertainment videos,.”

Currently it available for Android users. The iOS and mobile web versions will soon be released in the coming months.

Amazon has partnered with leading studios such as TVF, Pocket Aces, as well as comedians, including Ashish Chanchlani, Amit Bhadana, Round2Hell, Harsh Beniwal, Shruti Arjun Anand, Elvish Yadav, Prajakta Koli, Swagger Sharma, Aakash Gupta, and more. One will also witness content on tech, fashion, and beauty.

miniTV also features a food section, which includes videos from Kabita’s Kitchen, Cook with Nisha, and Gobble.

It is important to note that both Amazon Prime and miniTV are two different platforms.

Amazon informed, “miniTV is completely free and it does not require a separate app. Prime Video requires a Prime subscription and offers a collection of award-winning Amazon Originals, latest movies and TV shows, in English and 9 Indian languages. Viewers can access Prime Video on the app or stream it on their smart TVs.”

To access miniTV, open the Amazon app on your Android phone. Once you open the Amazon app, you just need to scroll down a bit to access miniTV. Once you spot it, tap on the miniTV and you will be redirected to a new section, which includes free web series and other content.

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