Prime Video may be the first app you think of when Amazon’s name is mentioned next to streaming services, but it’s not the company’s only option. IMDb TV – formerly Freedive “- offers a variety of shows and movies to all users, regardless of subscriber status. Although its library has been available in the Prime Video and IMDb apps since 2019, the service Now has its own app on the Play Store, more than two years after its initial launch.

IMDb TV’s app resembles its Android TV counterpart, which arrived on the platform earlier this year. True to its free nature, all you’ll need to start streaming is an Amazon account. From there, you can search for movies, TV shows, and live channels, with the latter serving as an alternative to Pluto TV. The livestreams themselves are a bit lacking, but there is a solid collection of movies currently available to stream. ghost hunters, the wolf of Wall Street, and Boyz n the Hood are all among the critically acclaimed movies you can watch on IMDb TV, alongside shows like Mad Men, Fringe, and Lost.

If you usually stream its content to the Amazon Prime Video app, don’t worry, all that content is stuck, so you don’t need to go out and download another app. Likewise, if you watched through the main IMDb app, that player still exists. For non-Prime members or anyone looking for a streamlined video experience, this fits the bill.

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A standalone app was promised a long time ago when the service was still called IMDb Freedive, so it’s great to see Amazon finally arrive. You can grab the app from the Play Store link below.