The war of video streaming services has existed for a while now, with some services having key differentiating factors over others. Netflix is already famous for giving users an amazing video library at a very affordable price, but so does Amazon’s video service. Amazon’s offering does give Prime users the option to get these services for free in most cases, but this is about to improve.

Amazon has just announced that Prime members will be able to receive the added benefit of being able to watch videos offline. This is definitely a bonus for those who travel frequently, or who struggle to find a reliable internet connection. This is an in-app service though, which will require you to access the movies or TV episodes that you’ve downloaded through the app, and ensuring that you won’t just be able to share it freely.

This doesn’t change the price tag that prime members currently pay, so it’s great to see that the service only gets better.

Source: Amazon
Via: iMore

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