Free Content is now easy-peasy on Fire TV
Amazon Fire TV has now made it very simpler to find its free content. Rolling out today to customers in the US, the new shiny Free Tab will appear on the top row.
This will mainly feature the free, ad-supported content from its streaming partners. It will include popular content from streaming apps like IMDb TV, Tubi, Pluto TV, Crackle, The CW, and the News app.
There is a featured apps row, when you enter the tab, that includes some of the most popular free, ad-supported streaming apps like IMDb TV, Tubi, Pluto TV, Crackle, The CW, and the News app on Fire TV. You can also discover other apps that offer free content like Twitch, Red Bull, PBS, and PBS Kids.
Customers with this Free tab have the ability to discover a library of free content that is refreshed regularly, composed of movies, TV shows, and much more. Most of the free tab consists of a collection of curated and thematic rows of movies and TV shows from our content providers. It also features a set of personalized, recommended rows of free movies and TV shows across categories like new, trending, and popular, as well as a dedicated row for news content powered by the News app on Fire TV. The Free tab will feature other types of free to watch content as well, including unlocked content from streaming services and a set of rows of kids and family content that is currently free to all Amazon customers through Prime Video.
Over 20,000 free movies and TV episodes on Fire TV
Customers have access over 20,000 free movies and TV episodes on Fire TV from apps like IMDb TV, Tubi, Pluto TV. The Free tab just scratches the surface of the free content available on Fire TV. You can also access content for free from many other apps on Fire TV like music apps, news apps, and games