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Amazon has announced that it will be bringing its popular streaming video service to Android phones.
Amazon Video will now run on Android devices, including the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9, and will be available starting in early 2018.
The move comes on the heels of Apple releasing a video streaming app on iOS in late 2018.
It was released on April 5, but it was only available for a limited time and it did not include support for Amazon Video.
It does, however, include support to play Amazon Prime Video, and it will offer the same kind of content as the service itself.
The service will also offer a video preview feature that will let you see the quality of a video before you watch it.
The app will not include Amazon Video streaming support, but will include support in the near future.
The app will be made available to users who have an Android phone running Android 7.0 Nougat or later.
Amazon will also be launching an Alexa-powered app to give users access to the service, and the company will also introduce a new video streaming service in the coming weeks.
Amazon Prime Video is available on iOS, Android, and Windows devices, and can be downloaded for free.
For more information, check out Amazon’s press release and FAQ on the service.