Download the Amazon Prime Video app on Xbox One from the Microsoft Store

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Amazon Prime Video is launching on a global scale and will be available for download in six new markets on the Xbox One.

According to Microsoft, Canada, France, Italy, India, and Spain are the lucky countries now able to download the Amazon Prime Video app from the Microsoft Store.

This Xbox expansion comes right after the app’s launch in over 200 locations that took place back at the end of 2016.

Amazon’s originals available for download in more markets

The app provides users an extensive streaming catalog but may be limited in some countries and territories. On the other hand, Amazon’s originals, such as “Transparent,” “The Grand Tour” and “The Man In The High Castle” are currently available for download in more markets.

This comes after the official launch of 4K content on Amazon Prime Video for Xbox One earlier this year.

4K Amazon Prime Video content available on the Xbox One X as well

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It is obvious that the 4K content on the Amazon Prime Video app will also be available on the Xbox One X after the console is launched later this month.

Prime subscribers will be able to download the Amazon Prime Video app from the Microsoft Store now to get started with it.


If you haven’t tried the app yet, you can sign up at Amazon to try out the service for only $9 a month.

Microsoft says that customers from Australia and New Zealand can sign up for just $2.99 a month for half a year before jumping to $5.99 a month after that.

Brazilian subscribers, on the other hand, can sign up for $7.90 each month for the first half a year and then they will have to pay $14.90 per month.

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