Amazon Video, which is available through Amazon Video Unlimited, has finally launched on the web.
The company has said that Amazon Video is available in “all major browsers” but it has not revealed what browsers are included.
Amazon Video will be in all modern browsers, so you can download it from your web browser.
The website has a list of the current browsers that can be used, but the list is in English only.
Amazon said that it has “many exciting new features coming soon”.
“We have a number of exciting new things coming soon, including an expanded video library and the ability to purchase, watch, and share your videos,” the site said.
Amazon has already been offering Amazon Video for several years and it is currently available in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, and Singapore.
Amazon’s plans to launch Amazon Video in all the major browsers Amazon Video currently only supports the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Edge, Safari Mobile, and Amazon Instant Video.
You can also access Amazon Video from Google Chrome and Amazon Video Mobile on Android devices.
Amazon launched its own video service for mobile in 2016, called Amazon Video Everywhere.
It is now also available on Apple TV, Apple TV Stick, Apple Watch, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV Mini.
Amazon plans to release a standalone version of Amazon Video that is a separate app.
You will be able to watch Amazon Video via Amazon Video App for the first time in the next few weeks, but it will not be available on any other devices.
The new Amazon Video service is coming after Amazon launched Amazon Video Pass in October 2017.
It lets users purchase and watch Amazon videos and videos that they have paid for.
The app can also stream video from Amazon Prime Video and Prime Music, Amazon’s music streaming service.