Amazon is set to launch an online video service in Russia after reports August 20 that it had applied to register the “Amazon Instant Video” patent in the country.
Live in the US and Canada and not in Europe, the Amazon Instant Video service allows video lovers to buy and stream movies and TV shows online to watch them on their desktop PC’s, tablets, or just any device.
Amazon Instant Video has a huge collection newest movie releases, TV shows, and classic films and users can subscribe to current TV seasons, with new episodes available the day after they air. The firm offers instant streaming on Kindle Fire HD, as well iPad, PS3, Xbox, Wii, Wii U, Roku, on hundreds of TVs, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and on the Web. Plus, one’s videos are stored in ‘Your Video Library, so they can access them anywhere the go.
According to East West Digital News, Amazon earlier this year also filed an application to ”register a Russian trademark for product storage, packaging, further transportation, and delivery, and also opened a representative office in Russia in April.
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