In a world dominated more and more by streaming subscription services the cost of enjoying TV and film is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with, but Amazon Freevee is hoping to offer an alternative.
Freevee is the place to go for the revival of beloved Australian soap Neighbours as well as critically acclaimed hits like Jury Duty, but what is it and how do prospective viewers watch it?
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Here is everything you need to know about the streamer and what it can offer.
What is Amazon Freevee?
Freevee is Amazon's sister streaming service to Prime Video, only this one is completely free for viewers to enjoy as long as they don't mind watching advertisements.
The ad-supported streamer is essentially a good middle ground between Freeview television and paid-for streamers like Prime Video and Netflix, as viewers will be able to choose between a number of TV shows and films in the Freevee content library that they can watch, with ads playing intermittently throughout.
Like any streamer, Amazon Freevee will add content to its library each month including a variety of movies both old and new that are added on a weekly basis.
Original content on the platform includes Neighbours, Primo, Judge Judy's new reality series Judy Justice, Bosh: Legacy, and the Alex Rider TV series.
How do I watch Amazon Freevee?
It is fairly simple to watch Amazon Freevee, all you will need is an account on Amazon and then you will be able to access Freevee — simply sign in to your Amazon account and start watching, there are no fees required to access Freevee.
To get from Prime Video to Amazon Freevee viewers will need to go on the via the Prime Video app, or website, and select the "free with ads" button on the menu bar, by doing this you will be taken to the section dedicated to Freevee.
Films and TV shows are separated by their respective genres, and Freevee also has a number of channels that viewers can watch live including UKTV Play, various crime channels, and even a channel dedicated to Judy Justice.
Freevee also has its own app available on iPhone, iPad and Android, and it is also available on Fire TV, Fire Tablets, and as a free channel within Prime Video.
It can also be accessed on Roku, Samsung smart TVs, Comcast’s Xfinity Flex, Xfinity X1, Chromecast with Google TV, and other Android TV devices
Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 console users can also access Freevee.
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