Amazon has released the IMDb TV app on iPhone and iPad to offer free video streaming with ads. The service is also available on Android. Launched in 2019, IMDb TV offers a vast library of Amazon original and third-party movies and TV shows like “Moment of Truth”, “Leverage: Redemption”, “Mad Men”, Chicago Fire” and others. Although supported by ads, the service claims it still runs fewer ads than traditional TV broadcasts.
At a time when the video streaming industry is dominated by subscription-based services like Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV+, IMDb TV is giving users on a budget an opportunity to enjoy free content at the price of a few advertisements.
IMDb is the world’s most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV, and celebrity information. Watch trailers, get showtimes, and buy tickets for upcoming films. Rate and review shows you’ve seen and track what you want to watch using your Watchlist. IMDb takes you behind the scenes with exclusive IMDb Originals, celebrity interviews, and more. Stay up to date with entertainment news, awards, and events.
The Variety reports that IMDb TV and Prime Video recently signed a multiyear licensing deal with Universal Filmed Entertainment to give Tv-window rights to Universal movies “making it the first AVOD service to have that kind of early access to a major studio’s films.”
IMDb TV app is available on the App Store for free. It is compatible with iPhone and iPad and requires iOS 14.1 or later. In addition, the app is also available on Android smartphone and TV sets devices, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and gaming consoles like Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Sony PlayStation 4.
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