12 months from now, Amazon Prime customers can start ordering their own devices from the cloud and start receiving free credit toward the purchase of a new device.
The service was launched in October 2015 and offers Prime members a 30-day free trial of the Amazon Echo device, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Fire Phone, as well as a free two-year subscription to the Kindle e-reader and the Kindle app.
Amazon Prime is currently available in over 100 countries, including the United States, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland.
In its initial release, Amazon announced Prime Day would begin on November 15.
On Monday, Amazon revealed that the Amazon app, Alexa, would be adding a new feature called Amazon Prime Video to its platform.
The new feature will allow Prime members to watch Prime Video on their Amazon devices.
Prime Video will allow members to view and purchase Prime Video episodes from Amazon Prime subscribers in their Prime Video library, as it was announced last year.
Amazon also announced that the Prime Video app will allow people to watch and purchase movies and TV shows on Prime Video as well.
The Amazon app will also be launching an Amazon Music service, with Prime Music members able to add new albums and playlists to their Prime library.
Amazon has also made it easier for Prime members who purchase music through its music streaming service to add it to their Spotify subscription.
Amazon announced that Prime Music will be available on Android devices as well, and will be added to all Apple devices as soon as it’s available.
Amazon has also announced a new streaming TV service called Prime Video Now, which is similar to Amazon’s original streaming TV services.
Prime Now will be able to stream TV shows, movies, and sports for Prime subscribers, with Amazon’s own original content as well — Prime Now Now will include original movies, documentaries, music videos, and live events.
A major change is that Prime Video and Prime Video now also support Prime Music.
Prime Music subscribers will now be able access Prime Video, Prime Video Next, and Prime Music, respectively, through the Amazon Music app.
Prime subscribers will also have access to Prime Music Premium memberships for $20 per month that allow them to watch exclusive shows and music videos from Amazon.
Prime members can now choose to subscribe to Prime Video Plus.
In addition to the Prime video service and Prime video next, Prime is also announcing a new digital subscription service called Amazon Music Unlimited.
Amazon Music has been offering free music streaming for Prime users for the past year.
Prime subscribers will be automatically charged $7.99 for each month they continue to pay for their music subscription.
Prime users can then switch to the Amazon Prime Music Unlimited plan for $10 per month.
Another big change is Amazon has made Prime Music more flexible for customers with more than five Amazon devices in their household.
For Prime subscribers with more devices, Amazon has added the ability to add unlimited storage, including up to 1TB of cloud storage.
Users can also add additional music to their Amazon Music library, including new artists, albums, and artists from their own music collection.
Amazon is also offering a new service called Cloud DVR.
Cloud Dvr allows customers to record unlimited audio and video content from their devices at home or anywhere with a broadband connection.
Customers can access and save Cloud Drowse recordings to their Cloud Dribes account, or create Cloud Drowslists to share Cloud Dvideos with others.
Other features in the Amazon Video app include the ability for Prime Video members to customize their Amazon Prime subscription to their specific needs.
Amazon offers several different Prime Video plans, including Prime Video Premium, Prime Music Plus, and Free Trial.
Prime video members can also watch videos on their devices, including original shows, documentaries and more.
Prime music is available through the Prime Music app, which has more than 1,500 songs from artists such as The Killers, Lorde, and more, with more coming in the future.