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Fri, 11 Jan 2019 02:12:04 +0000
IMDb Freedive is Amazon’s new free ad-supported Movie and TV streaming service
Amazon has launched their long-rumored free ad-supported streaming video service in the US. Using the Amazon-owned Internet Movie Database for branding, the service is called IMDb Freedive and it’s available on most devices that can already stream Prime Video. On Amazon Fire TV devices, you should see a new Freedive icon at the front of your “Apps & Channels” row on the home screen. If not, you can launch the free service by saying “Alexa, go to Freedive” into your voice remote, paired Echo device, or hands-free Fire TV Cube.
IMDb Freedive currently offers just over 400 movies and about 150 TV show seasons to watch for free with ads. With popular movies like Memento, The Last Samurai, The Illusionist, Drive, Big Fish, and many more included, the common opinion seems to be that Freedive’s free catalog is generally better than rival free services like Tubi and The Roku Channel.
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