IMDb and Amazon launched their video-streaming service

IMDb and Amazon launched their video-streaming service

Amazon was previously reported to be working on an ad-supported video streaming service. IMDb, the film and TV website owned by Amazon, is launching a free streaming video channel that will be available in the U.S. on its website and Amazon Fire TV devices. The video-streaming service will be called IMDb Freedive.

IMDb and Amazon launch their video-streaming service
Image : IMDb Freedive

IMDB Freedive

IMDb is an online database of information related to movies, TV programs, video games and internet streams. Unlike Prime Video, IMDb Freedive is a free video streaming service supported by ads. At launch it offers over 130 movies and 29 TV shows to watch. Sign up using an Amazon, IMDb, Facebook, or Google account and start watching on a Amazon Fire TV or computer.

IMDb Amazon video-streaming service IMDb Freedive
Image : Videos Streaming Service

IMDb said in a press release the service will soon be more widely available, including on its mobile apps. IMDb Freedive does not require a premium subscription. Older movies like The Illusionist, Memento, and The Last Samurai are currently available to watch on the service.

IMDb and Amazon launched their video-streaming service



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