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As we know markets are full of streaming services but it all depends upon you that which service you would like to go with, take a glimpse at these service, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, now which is an ideal option for you?
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According to the video advertising bureau, earlier this year Netflix was offering 6,155 movies and 2,604 TV titles, compared with the 18,163 movies and 2,017 TV titles on amazon prime video. Content
Originals On the Amazon side there are shows such as The Man in the High Castle, Hand of God, Bosch, Goliath, Transparent, and of course The Grand Tour. The list isn't quite as impressive but it also locks down various exclusives now and then, like Mr. Robot. • Netflix has the likes of House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, Stranger Things, Master of None, The Crown, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Black Mirror, Arrested Development and the recently restarted Gilmore Girls.
Prices There are three Netflix plans available right now. $8.99 a month gets you Basic Netflix, with no HD $11.99 a month is the Standard level, with HD $14.99 a month is the price for Premium, with Ultra HD
Amazon Prime Video, the only component of Amazon Prime that is available in Australia, will cost you $5.99.
Devices In terms of device support, the list isn't quite as long as the one for Netflix. Most smart TVs are supported, as well as iOS and Android, but there are no apps for Apple TV or Android TV As for supported devices, you can get Netflix just about everywhere: the web, iOS, Android, Apple TV, smart TVs, Roku, games consoles.
Interface and apps Both platforms offer solid, reliable streaming across multiple devices — at least based on our testing — with a minimal amount of buffering and bugs.
Both Netflix and Amazon Prime Video feature well-designed, functional playback screens, though Amazon's apps can be harder to navigate around and more clunky in general.
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