9 ways to get the most out Prime Video

Popular Science | 5/25/2019 | Staff
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It takes a little planning, but if you're watching via the Prime Video apps for Android or iOS, you can save your cellular data by downloading episodes and movies to your phone ahead of time. Only "selected titles" can be downloaded, though, depending on licensing rights. While using your home or office Wi-Fi, just find the download buttons next to content that can be saved to your device and tap them to start the process. Find them later by navigating to Downloads in the app's menu.

If you haven't planned ahead or have watched all your downloads, you can still save data. Open the app's Settings page, tap Streaming & Downloading, then Streaming Quality. Pick one of the...
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