Going somewhere with no Internet but still wanna watch a movie or TV show?
Amazon says no worries!
For Prime subscribers, here is how to download videos to your Android or Apple device.
The catch is you have to live in the US, UK, Germany, or Austria and not every video can be downloaded.
Let's start with IOS.
Go to the App Store and download Amazon video.
Sign in with your Amazon account and find what you want to watch.
Look for the download next to movies or an arrow next to tv shows.
Once you've downloaded content go into the library tab Choose Refine and then On Device to see what you can watch.
For more customization, you can tap Settings and choose Download Quality, with the best quality option taking up the most space.
Now, here are the steps for Android devices.
Go into the Android setting menu and find the security option.
Scroll until you find this menu option called unknown sources and toggle it on.
Next, open your browser and visit amazon.com/getandroidvideo.
Download the Amazon app store and tap on the APK file to install it.
Then sign into your Amazon account.
You'll be prompted to download the Amazon video app, but if it doesn't show up, use the search bar to find it and download from there.
Open Amazon video and select the movie or the TV show you want to watch.
Look for the arrow on the right side of the screen and tap it to save your download.
See what's available for offline viewing by tapping on these three lines in the top left of the Amazon Video app and choose your downloads.
Now when you're stuck without internet, choose a video and watch to your heart's content.
To delete shows or movies from your device, just find it in your library.
Tap into the listing and press the trash can icon.
I'm Lexy Savvides and for more Amazon tips and trips, check out cnet.com.
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