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Apps: An Octave Higher, Broken Age, Week Weather, Apple Store, Amazon Instant Video + more

3 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

An Octave Higher ($6) — This unique “visual novel” from Playism takes you to Overture, a fantastical magical city of an epic steampunk style. In Overture, citizens use magic in everyday life through the use of magical talents and magical...Show More Summary

Amazon Instant Video's iOS users can stream in HD and use mobile data

Amazon has given its Instant Videos app for iOS a huge boost, and just in time for the weekend. First up: you can now finally watch movies and shows in HD on your devices. No more putting up with standard definition if crisp, clear visuals are essential to your enjoyment. Show More Summary

The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Amazon Prime in May

Every month, Amazon Instant Video adds a number of movies and TV series for Amazon Prime subscribers to stream. Starting this month, Slate will get you up to speed on the new arrivals. Below, we've chosen the best of the bunch coming to Amazon Instant in May 2015. Show More Summary

Amazon Instant Video gets HD, cellular streaming on iOS, Waze launches 'Unusual Traffic' Twitter feeds

Amazon on Thursday released a major update to its Instant Video iOS client, while Waze launched Unusual Traffic, a series of city-based Twitter accounts hooked into data from its mobile navigation apps.

Amazon Updates Instant Video iOS App With Overdue Features

Do you remember when we watched movies and TV shows in standard definition? Gasp! Standard definition seems like it’s just so yesterday for most devices, services, and people—but up until now the Amazon Instant Video app for iOS was still stuck in a standard definition time warp. Today, however, Amazon [...]

Amazon Instant Video For iOS Finally Supports HD Streaming

Amazon customers who subscribe to the $99 per year Prime program also get access to the company’s online video streaming service called Amazon Instant Video. It offers a huge collection of TV shows and movies aside from the originalShow More Summary

Amazon Instant Video finally adds HD video, lets you watch over cellular

Amazon has updated their Instant Video app for iPhone and iPad, adding support for streaming in HD, along with watching video over a cellular connection. You can now turn on the ability to watch video over cellular in Amazon Instant Video's settings. Show More Summary

You can now watch Amazon Instant Video over cellular, in HD on iOS

Are you an Amazon Instant Video user? You’re in luck! An update to the app for iOS users today makes it possible to watch videos even if you’re on a mobile connection. The change also means you can stream over cellular in HD, if you’ve got enough data on your plan, and adds AirPlay so you can send what you’re watching to Apple TV. Show More Summary

Amazon Instant Video iOS app adds HD content, streaming over cellular

The Amazon Instant Video app for iOS is getting a nice update today that brings streaming of content in HD as well as the ability to stream over a cellular connection. Previously users were only able to stream over WiFi, but will now be able to stream movies and TV shows on their LTE connection […]

Amazon Instant Video for iOS Finally Streams in HD, Over Data

It’s shocking, but up until now, Amazon’s Instant Video app on iOS would only stream video over Wi-Fi, and it would only stream standard definition. That’s finally changed. Read more...

Seinfeld Online Streaming Rights Picked Up By Hulu

It was reported a few months back that multiple online video streaming services were trying to score exclusive online streaming rights of Seinfeld, one of the most popular TV shows ever made. Hulu, Yahoo and Amazon Instant Video were said to be in the running and now it has been confirmed that the online exclusive home of Seinfeld is Hulu. Show More Summary

The Online Streaming Rights for ‘Seinfeld’ Have Reportedly Sold For $700,000 Per Episode. Interestingly, the Online Player that Bought the Series Was NOT Netflix, nor Amazon Instant Video, nor Yahoo! Screen…

“Seinfeld,” the now-classic sitcom that originally aired from 1989 to 1998, has been sold to an online streaming company for $700,000 per episode, reports our good friend Joe Flint in the Wall St. Journal (Note: The WSJ ios behind a...

What's New to Amazon Prime and Instant Video in May 2015?

April showers bring May flowers, and May will also bring more than 30 new movies and a ton of spring TV finales to Amazon Prime Instant Video (PIV) and Amazon Instant Video (AIV). Here's Amazon's complete list of what's being added in...Show More Summary

‘Orphan Black’ Season 1 Gets Amazon Free Play Ahead Of New Episodes

Amazon has a little gift for folks who missed out on the first season of Orphan Black a couple of years ago. Season 1 of the BBC America clone drama starring Tatiana Maslany will stream for free on Amazon Instant Video for 24 hours starting Friday at 12:01 AM PT. Show More Summary

Watch Orphan Black Online Free On April 17th

In a bid to promote its online video streaming service Amazon today announced that anybody will be able to watch Orphan Black online free on April 17th. Amazon Prime Instant Video is the exclusive online streaming home in the U.S. for BBC America’s Orphan Black and this Friday the first season of this series will be open to everybody for one day. Show More Summary

Amazon Makes Season 1 of 'Orphan Black' Free to Watch on Friday, April 17—No Prime Membership Required

Amazon today announced that Prime Instant Video, the exclusive home for seasons one and two of BBC AMERICA’s Orphan Black, will offer season one of the gripping drama for free to all customers this Friday, April 17.

Study: 40% Of Amazon Subscribers Watch Streaming Video Only On Netflix

3 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Amazon boasts thousands of free streaming titles through Prime Instant Video, but U.S. Amazon subscribers apparently prefer watching video on Netflix. Intelligence research firm Strategy Analytics found 40% of Amazon Prime subscribers in the U.S. Show More Summary

Amazon’s X-Ray arrives for Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, bringing context to Instant Video on the big screen

Amazon is bringing its "X-Ray for Movies and TV" service to the big screen for the first time, with the news that the contextual information tool is launching for Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.

Amazon adds IMDb-fueled X-Ray for Movies to Fire TV

Amazon's X-Ray for Movies and TV Shows feature is great when you're trying to figure out the name of the actor on your screen. Today that feature is hitting Amazon Instant Video on the Fire TV which is frankly where it should have been since the set-top box's launch. Show More Summary

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