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New Whole Foods savings incoming for Amazon Prime members

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Amazon announced another new benefit for Prime subscribers today. Over the course of the next few months, members will be eligible for 10% off already-reduced sale items at Whole Foods stores, plus  "deep discounts on select best-selling items."

Currently limited to Florida, Amazon says the savings will roll out across the country over the course of this summer. In order to get your discounts, you'll need to sign into and scan your Whole Foods app at checkout, which will also feature some of the deal highlights for the week.

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New Whole Foods savings incoming for Amazon Prime members was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

How to keep paying $99 a year for Amazon Prime

Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Last week, Amazon announced it would be increasing the price of its yearly Prime membership subscription from $99 to $119 starting May 11 and June 16 for renewals. Prime has gradually become more expensive over time — the last time the price of a yearly subscription increased was in March 2014, from $79 to $99 — and while it's hard to argue that you're not getting plenty of value for what you're paying, no one likes to have to pay more for something.

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How to keep paying $99 a year for Amazon Prime was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon Prime Book Box is a mail-order book subscription for your kids

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Before Amazon became the go-to place to buy literally anything you want, the company made a name for itself largely by selling physical books. Now, the online retail giant has a neat new service in keeping with its history: Prime Book Box is a subscription plan that will send you a box of either two or four child-friendly books every one, two, or three months for $22.99 per box—at a savings of "up to 35% off List Price."

Shoppers can choose the age range the child they're shopping for is in; the box for the youngest range, baby to two years, comes with four board books per box.

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Amazon Prime Book Box is a mail-order book subscription for your kids was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

How to keep paying $99 a year for Amazon Prime

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Last week, Amazon announced it would be increasing the price of its yearly Prime membership subscription from $99 to $119 starting May 11 and June 16 for renewals. Prime has gradually become more expensive over time — the last time the price of a yearly subscription increased was in March 2014, from $79 to $99 — and while it's hard to argue that you're not getting plenty of value for what you're paying, no one likes to have to pay more for something.

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How to keep paying $99 a year for Amazon Prime was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon Prime increasing to $119/yr starting May 11 for new subscribers, June 16 for renewals

Friday, April 27th, 2018

It's pretty safe to say that Amazon Prime is a very popular service, what with over 100 million subscribers. Many will call Prime invaluable, from the great shipping options to the wide selection of media to consume. But a change is coming and it's coming soon: Amazon is raising the U.S. annual fee for Prime to $119, versus the $99 it is currently. This price hike will affect new subscribers starting on May 11 while renewals will still get the $99 price until June 16.

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Amazon Prime increasing to $119/yr starting May 11 for new subscribers, June 16 for renewals was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon is refunding Prime Exclusive phone ad removal fees

Monday, February 12th, 2018

Amazon announced last week that it was removing the lock screen ads from its Prime Exclusive phones, but it was less keen to tell everyone it was also raising the price by $20. Amazon is at least getting one part of this transition right. It's notifying those who paid to remove those ads they'll get a refund.

Prime Exclusive phones used to come with a significant discount in exchange for showing the user ads on the lock screen.

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Amazon is refunding Prime Exclusive phone ad removal fees was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Lockscreen ad-disabling APK for Amazon Prime Exclusive phones is available now

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

Amazon announced earlier this week that lockscreen ads won't be present on newly-purchased Prime Exclusive devices and an update is rolling out to the Amazon Offers app to disable them on existing handsets. If you don't want to wait, you can sideload that update right now.

Amazon's Prime Exclusive Phones program has been a great way to grab an Android device on the cheap since its introduction in 2016, but the discount has always come with some compromise: a locked bootloader, Amazon-flavored bloatware, and—perhaps most annoyingly—ads on your lockscreen.

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Lockscreen ad-disabling APK for Amazon Prime Exclusive phones is available now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon Prime Video can now be installed on Android TVs, but it doesn’t actually work

Sunday, January 21st, 2018

Amazon released an official Prime Video app for Android TV last month, but you couldn't actually install it on anything. The app was (and still is) marked as incompatible for every Android TV device on the market, so no one can actually use it yet, and there's no APK available. Now the situation is even more confusing, as Amazon has enabled Android TV devices to download the normal Prime Video app.

The Play Store listing for Prime Video now shows the app as compatible with the Nexus Player, Nvidia Shield, and other Android TV devices.

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Amazon Prime Video can now be installed on Android TVs, but it doesn't actually work was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon reportedly working on an ad-supported video service, company selectively refutes rumors

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

According to AdAge, Amazon may be making an ad-driven "complement" to its Prime Video streaming service. This could be huge news, as a video service that's free in any form could be a significant disruption to the current streaming status quo. That is, if it's true. Amazon has told other outlets that it isn't working on an "ad-supported version of Prime Video." However, based on the details reported by AdAge, that might not be a denial. 

Currently, Amazon provides its Prime subscribers with streaming movies and shows as part of the $99 Prime yearly subscription fee—alternatively, $10.99 a month for Prime or $8.99 for Prime Video, among other less expensive student options.

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Amazon reportedly working on an ad-supported video service, company selectively refutes rumors was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Amazon reportedly working on an ad-supported video service, company selectively refutes rumors

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

According to AdAge, Amazon may be making an ad-driven "complement" to its Prime Video streaming service. This could be huge news, as a video service that's free in any form could be a significant disruption to the current streaming status quo. That is, if it's true. Amazon has told other outlets that it isn't working on an "ad-supported version of Prime Video." However, based on the details reported by AdAge, that might not be a denial. 

Currently, Amazon provides its Prime subscribers with streaming movies and shows as part of the $99 Prime yearly subscription fee—alternatively, $10.99 a month for Prime or $8.99 for Prime Video, among other less expensive student options.

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Amazon reportedly working on an ad-supported video service, company selectively refutes rumors was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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