Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Can you get Kodi on Amazon Fire TV Stick?

Watch Streaming Videos
Not surprisingly, the Fire TV is very tightly integrated with the Amazon Instant Video service. But there are tons of other content providers that work with it including Netflix, Hulu, HBO GO and HBO NOW, Sling TV, ESPN, Disney, PBS, History, YouTube, NBA, and many more.

Note: Buying an Amazon Fire TV does not give you access to the content you can watch on it, just like buying a TV does not give you access to cable TV shows. You need to have accounts with each service that provides the content (some free, some paid) and/or subscribe to a cable/satellite package that gives you permission to access shows from specific networks through the Fire TV. When you see an app listed as “free” on the Fire TV interface or the Amazon website, it just means there’s no cost to install the app itself on your player. It has nothing to do with whether the content accessed by the app costs money.

Listen to Streaming Audio
The Fire TV supports lots of music services as well, including their own Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, and iHeart Radio.

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The new Amazon Fire TV Stick is the service’s second generation of its cheapest video streaming device. It aims itself squarely at rivals such as Google Chromecast Ultra and Roku Streaming Stick, squeezing all of its streaming know-how into a dongle-sized device.

You can stream full HD video from Amazon Prime, as well as Netflix and the full roster of the UK’s catch up services. There are plenty more apps besides, including Prime Music and Spotify, plus access to Amazon’s growing games library.

So, what’s new? For a start, the interface has had a complete overhaul to make it look a lot prettier and easier to use. This will filter down to older devices over time though, as will the Alexa voice control, so the real benefits of the new Stick are its faster processor and improved Wi-Fi.