Amazon Prime Video app is now available natively on macOS

Amazon has been working on new Prime features and improvements. The company announced last Thursday that it would be allowing iOS users to share 30-second clips on social media, and now it seems that Amazon has just released a new native Prime Video app for macOS users. The app takes advantage of several Apple APIs and is available to download on the Mac App Store.
As 9to5Mac reports, Amazon announced earlier today that it’s bringing Prime Video native app support to the Mac. The macOS app supports features like Picture-in-Picture (PiP), AirPlay, and in-app purchases (IAP) for subscriptions. Users can subscribe directly through Amazon’s billing system if they have a card added to their account. Otherwise, they can use Apple’s payment system if they prefer it.
If you’ve already downloaded the app on your iPhone or iPad, you will be able to find it in your “Purchased” section on the Mac App Store. That’s because it’s a universal app that uses the same listing for all Apple operating s…

Written By: Mahmoud Itani

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