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Yesterday we reported that Google will be launching its YouTube Live Streaming app for Xbox One users. Today we give you some more good news especially for Xbox One users. Microsoft has announced that Amazon Prime Video app will be coming to the Xbox One users and will be made available starting today.

Users will now be able to enjoy the full host of Prime Videos which include Movies and TV shows. Any content having purchased through Amazon will also be made available in the new Amazon Prime Video app for Xbox One users.

Users will be able to stream the videos in 4K Ultra HD but they should be using Xbox One S or an One X (to be made available on November 7). Currently the original Xbox One does not support 4K streaming of media.

The new Amazon Prime Video service is available over 200 countries and customers in New Zealand and Australia can sign up at an introductory price of $2.99 per month for first six months and $5.99 per month from the seventh month.

The Amazon Prime Video app is available for Xbox One users for free through Xbox Store and will be able to log in with their Amazon account to get access to the Prime Library which includes titles like The Grand Tour and more.

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