If you’re a Mac user and Amazon Prime subscriber, you may not have figured out the Amazon Prime Video app, Video-on-demand service from the shopping giant included in your package bonus, is now available for your platform.
This adds a new system to the Amazon Prime Video app for the PC after it debuted for Windows 10 last year. However, in the Apple ecosystem, it was already available for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, which may reveal where the recordings are going and the limitations of the application’s support.
Indeed, the new Amazon Prime Video app for Mac requires macOS 11.4 or higher or macOS Big Sur and higherwhich leaves many users of the block out of the game. It doesn’t seem clear whether one of the new Apple computers with M1 chips is also needed, and some comments suggest that.
This would be an almost direct port of the Amazon Prime Video app for the iPad, even according to the comments of those who tried it but in the. In any case, the application has reached the last Apple platform that it was not present on.
Incidentally, the Amazon Prime Video app for Mac is what you’d expect, which in turn is like saying it’s the same thing we’ve already seen for Windows: an access to the VOD service, which is encapsulated in the form of a native application, with all the options of the web application, including the ability to buy or rent content, picture-in-picture (PiP) mode, various profiles, etc.
However, the most noticeable option of the Amazon Prime Video app for PC that slips both Windows and Mac into this pocket is the one that makes it possible Download content to enjoy offline, like in the Amazon Prime Video mobile app.
The Amazon Prime Video app for Mac has released version 1.0and this has received its first update of fixes so it is a good time to try it out if you haven’t already and prefer the experience of using an application regardless of the web browser.