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How to use Amazon Prime Music: A guide to getting the most from Prime Music

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How to use Amazon Prime Music: A guide to getting the most from Prime Music

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The Amazon Prime Music User Guide (Your Guide to Over One Million Free Songs)

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How to Use Amazon Prime Music: Everything You Need to Know to be an Amazon Music Pro, Tips and Tricks to Get the Most out Of Amazon Prime Membership

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Amazon Fire TV Stick, HD, sharp picture quality, fast streaming, free & live TV, Alexa Voice Remote with TV controls

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  • 50% more powerful than the previous generation for fast streaming in Full HD. Includes Alexa Voice Remote with power and volume buttons.
  • Stream more than 1.5 million movies and TV episodes from Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Peacock, and more, plus listen to millions of songs. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Receive a 6-month subscription to MGM+, including access to thousands of Hollywood movies and Original series with your Fire TV purchase. Terms apply.
  • Watch your favorite live TV, news, and sports with subscriptions to SLING TV, YouTube TV, and others. Use the Guide button to see what's available and when.
  • Access over 300,000 free movies and TV episodes from popular ad-supported streaming apps like Amazon Freevee, Tubi, Pluto TV and more.
  • Listen on Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, and others. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Alexa Voice Remote lets you use your voice to search and launch shows across apps. All-new preset buttons get you to favorite apps quickly. Plus, control power and volume on your TV and soundbar with a single remote.
  • Feel scenes come to life with immersive Dolby Atmos audio on select titles with compatible home audio systems.
  • Plug in behind your TV, turn on the TV, and connect to the internet to get set up.

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  1. Let me prequalify this review stating that I have been an Amazon Firestick and Fire TV and Fire TV Recast user almost since they’ve first come out. I’ve purchased about 20 of these over my lifetime so far, so I have considerable experience with them. So my requests are probably not beginner requests but things I’ve noticed over time.There are a few crucial features I think should be added to Firestick to make them a game-changing option.1) The faster processing when changing menues. The firstick is great but becomes sluggish over time. Short of a full factor reset it would be nice to have a way to clear and manage memory better. Also optimized screen display with perhaps text placeholders before images are displayed. Sometimes the menus take up to 20-50 seconds to come up.2) Pictue-in-Picture mode. It would be a great addition to allow picture in picture so you can be previewing a local news channel, youtube or other live content while watching a movie.3) Multi-screen capability to be able to connect multiple HDMI devices or synchronize between firestick devices for a single control point. An example of this would be where video has extended content, displayed it on a second screen. Or create a multi-screen wide-screen for a panorama effect.4) Skill panels as an extensible video overlay. For example, have skills for different overlay tasks suck as a SmartHome panel or Stock Ticker panel that you can enable to overlay on a box on the screen or along the bottom ticker.5) Internal Volume – the ability to control volume directly from the Firestick device for those TVs or sound bars that do not easily integrate with the remote. This is especially handy when streaming the audio via the HDMI output.

  2. I just regret not having reacted earlier and bought my Amazon fire stick a long time ago, instead of paying for a cable subscription unnecessarily. The HD picture quality is sharp crisp and despite response to the commands not being as fast as cable (showing some micro-second slags with the remote) that seems to be only a very minor inconvenience, almost unnoticeable. You will get a stable signal as long as your internet service enjoys a reliable connection as well. The set up was a breeze and very straightforward and I love the minimalist design parameters of the remote, very sleek and intuitive and all you need at a simple click of your fingertips. There is obviously a learning curve into changing to full streaming services but is more about the learning experience to navigate the app and getting acquainted with the remote, getting familiar with the apps you’d like to keep and avoid getting lured into acquiring new pay streaming services unnecessary for your needs or preferences. Beware, the current streaming offer seems to be enormous, so I can see it might take you some time just organizing your preferences.The fire TV will let you organize access into separate user profiles and establishing parental controls or limited access accordingly. Overall, it proves to be a simple solution for quality streaming services at a very convenient price and a definite good bye to my regrets for paying expensive cable tv services!

  3. This was a replacement for a fire stick I had about 5 years. I have 6 televisions so I often am replacing a fire stick about once a year. They are always improving. So, I put the new fire stick on my largest TV that I use the most and move the old fire stick from there to an extra television such as in a spare bedroom, the kitchen, my sewing room, etc. They do not last forever. I got rid of my cable and just have internet because the cost of cable in my area is ridiculous. With the fire sticks I get more than I ever did with cable. Plus I can have as many televisions as I want in various areas ready to use as needed. All you need is an electric outlet and you have a working TV within a couple minutes. You can set the TV up anywhere, even porches, patios, work benches in garages, craft areas, spare rooms. No messy wires to deal with behind the television. With cable I was charged extra for each television so I had to move TVs to spare rooms, if the room had a cable connection, as needed when I had company. For the cost of replacement for these , they are well worth the price. I doubt I will ever go back to cable unless there are a lot of changes in the set up convenience. There is a learning curve. Once you do it once, it is a breeze to set up a new unit.

  4. Great value and quick fix for my 10 year old smart tv that no longer supported Netflix. Easy to install. Avoid using the phone scan sign in that asks for a credit card. Amazon Prime movies are easier to watch too. My tv remote was not navigating correctly.

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