Amazon Instant Video

As BlueIndy rental e-cars go in down the block, my lifestyle becomes more rent-centric

By Chris Meadows
August 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

While this isn’t directly about e-books, it’s about a trend I remarked on in April that e-books are related to. We’re getting to the point where we need to own things less and less. Physical media, digital media—even physical items, such as bicycles or cars. In April I also wrote a piece [...]

Amazon releases Prime Instant Video app for non-Fire Android devices

By Chris Meadows
September 9, 2014 // 3 Comments

We and Nate at The Digital Reader have previously written about a workaround for watching Android Prime Instant Video on non-Fire Android devices. Until now, it required installing the Dolphin web browser and a deprecated Flash app, then setting Amazon Streaming Video to use Flash instead of [...]

Seriously Mixed Emotions About Amazon Right Now

By libertyc
December 18, 2013 // 3 Comments

It’s been an interesting week watching what’s happening with Amazon. First there was the curious incident of the removed movie. Then Amazon turned around and eliminated the minimums for Kindle Direct Publishing electronic payments (mentioned in today’s Morning Links). The [...]

How to stream Amazon Instant Videos on a Nexus 7 or other Android Tablet (video)

By libertyc
July 8, 2013 // 91 Comments

Dan commented on my post last week about the Kindle Fire sale, asking if there really was no way to watch an Amazon Instant Video on an Android tablet (specifically a Nexus 7). I said “nope,” but someone (Bree) reminded us that alternate browsers, like Dolphin, support Flash. So I went [...]

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