New Amazon Prime Video UI for smartphones coming soon

New Amazon Prime Video UI for smartphones coming soon
Amazon, one of the biggest retailers the world has ever seen, hasn't been as fortunate with a couple of products of its own, like the Fire Phone for example. We're not sure whether or not Amazon is ready to try again, but if the answer is yes, then it looks like they're starting with the UI (user interface).

Jenn Salke, head of Amazon Studios, was asked by a reporter during the Television Critics Association press tour when customers should expect a better Amazon Prime Video, and she said that there's no deadline on it yet.

However, Salke went on to say that she's already using a smartphone with a “much more intuitive” user interface, which she actually keeps in her office.


Her words strongly imply that Amazon is already testing another smartphone of its own, not just a new Amazon Prime Video UI, but it appears that Salke made a blunder in this case. An Amazon spokeswoman later clarified for The Wrap that she was supposed to say “prototype user interface” on an existing-model smartphone, not a “prototype smartphone.”

Oh well, we would be more than content with a new Amazon Prime Video UI too, especially if it's as good as Salke makes it sound. But we'd also like to see another Amazon smartphone, even if just to see whether or not the U.S. giant made any progress in the field.

source: The Wrap

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1. sun0066

Posts: 267; Member since: Feb 12, 2011

I think in their ideas they are overeating Amazon and the presence in our life's And think that a phone loaded with Amazon apps will be just as necessary as the air They did once ago and it was it was not good ,and also to have Amazon looking what you do in the phone all the time it is not a good idea

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