When it comes to watching video on mobile, many options are open with the easiest being using streaming apps, like Netflix or Hulu.
However, the Amazon Prime members might choose to go with the Amazon Video Android app which is most probable to be installed on the subscriber's device and as Prime comes with an assortment of subscription-included video content which its members can watch.
In case as a Prime Member, you haven's download the Amazon Video Android app yet, you might consider doing it now. For those who are not aware, the app comes with certain notable features which cannot be found on the likes of Netflix.
For example, one cannot download TV shows and movies and watch them later when offline. It is one aspect that Netflix most probably working with and is likely to arrive with something before 2016 ends.
Moreover, the typical internal storage of most smartphone's at any given time also does not allow storing so mush that is further true for device with rather low GB storage.
Amazon seems to be working with that issue, The company has announced an update Amazon Video app, that might interest those who would love to see the ability of video content to be downloaded and stored directly on an SD card.
The detail says, users will be able to choose SD card as a place of storage and once assigned, will have the capability to store the amount of video content which the capacity of their SD card allows.
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