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Are you ready to stroll down memory lane from the convenience of your living room or bedroom? If so, be ready to check out Prime Photos on your Amazon Fire TV!
Amazon Fire TV is not only an awesome product for the accessibility to apps as well as subscription services like Netflix, CBS All Access, and HULU, but it can also bring families together through recalling photo moments with the Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote.
I have been a Prime Member for almost a year now and I love the option to search for people, places and things, as well as play a slideshow through Prime Photos.
These tasks just got a bit simpler since I can do all this using the Prime Photos app on my Amazon Fire TV. As a Prime member, I receive unlimited photo storage, free with Prime. FYI, All Amazon.com customers (including Prime members) receive 5 GB free photo, file, and video storage.
So how does Prime Photos on your Amazon Fire TV work?
Amazon customers can view and search for their photos and photo albums with the Alexa Voice Remote and the Prime Photos app on their Amazon Fire TV. Prime members can also search for people, places, and things, with phrases like, “show photos of dogs,” “show photos of Wyoming,” or “show photos of Jane.” Check out more ways to use this service at Prime Photos Fire TV app.
FYI: Like Amazon Fire TV, the Echo Show can showcase all the photos in your Prime Photos account, with voice commands like, “Alexa, show my photos.” In fact, all the same commands work with Echo Show – just add “Alexa” to the beginning of each one.
We went on a trip to Savannah and St. Augustine back in April and it was so nice to share and relive the experience, I can’t wait to go back after watching the slideshow! I hope your family also enjoys revisiting past moments with Prime Photos on your Amazon Fire TV!
Carlee @ FLL
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