How to Buy Video for Your Kindle Fire

You should definitely check out the experience of consuming your video programs on a portable device such as Kindle Fire. From lying in bed or on the beach to watching your videos while waiting in line at the bank, portability can be a very convenient feature.

When you tap Video on the Kindle Fire Home screen, you’re instantly taken to the Amazon Video Store.

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Across the top of the screen, you see thumbnails of items in the Prime Instant Videos category. Beneath these thumbnails is a horizontally scrolling list of thumbnails for movies from $2.99. Beneath this list are thumbnails of items in the category of TV Shows from $1.99.

Tap an item, and a descriptive screen appears. For TV shows, this screen includes episode prices and a set of Season tabs. For movies, this screen offers Watch Trailer, Purchase Options, and 48 Hour Rental buttons.

Tap an episode Price button or a movie Purchase Options button, and the button becomes a Watch Now button. Tap the Watch Now button, and the TV show or movie starts to play.

Tap the 48 Hour Rental button for movies, and you see a Rent button. Tap this, and you’re immediately charged for the rental. The 48-hour rental period begins when you start to watch the movie.

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