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Amazon too has brought the single sign-on feature for its cable apps. This feature was already present in Apple and Roku, so it was obvious that Amazon will not hold back for too long. And there it is, the feature is finally out on Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. What this feature is and which are the apps that are supported by this feature, we will find out in the below-mentioned blog post.
Streaming devices have completely transformed the way of watching digital entertainment. Now, you can watch what you like and when you like. There are so many streaming devices available these days that it is hard to choose one. Every top company, let it be Apple, Google, Roku or Amazon has their own set of streaming devices.
If you are using Amazon Fire TV as your media streaming device, then you must have noticed that there are so many apps that you can access on this device. A large number of apps also means that there will be a significant amount of shows, movies, sports programming and documentaries that you can watch.
But, did you notice that when you install certain apps on your Amazon Fire TV, it asks for your cable login credentials? If you have noticed this thing, then I would like to ask you if you like entering those credentials again and again. If the answer is ‘No’, then you don’t have to do it anymore.
On the lines of Apple and Roku, Amazon too has brought single sign-on feature, which will allow its users to enter the cable login credentials just once. The login information will be remembered by the device and then, there won’t be any need to enter it again and again. You will be able to access any app from the likes of HGTV, AMC, A&E and more. But, it is to be kept in mind that the supported networks and participating cable operators vary between the two.
Except for Comcast Xfinity, the single sign-on feature is present on the major cable TV and satellite TV providers. If you are using any of the below-mentioned cable and satellite TV providers, then you will be able to use that single sign-on feature.
This feature has already been rolled out for the below-mentioned apps. Moreover, single sign-on feature supports all the present devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition. There are a few channels that are missing such as HBO, but the company is working hard to provide support for those missing apps.
The single sign-on feature was long awaited by the Amazon Fire TV customers, and now that it has finally arrived, the company is positive that the customer base is definitely going to rise in the upcoming days. Amazon is already a top platform because it has a long list of channels for its users, and now, the availability of single sign-on feature is going to turn things further in favour of the company.