Amazon Announces Free #AtHome Content for Fire TV and Fire Tablet 

Amazon Announces Free #AtHome Content for Fire TV and Fire Tablet 

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Amazon has announced a new destination called #AtHome on Fire TV and Fire Tablet that offers free content to users coping with the coronavirus outbreak.

#AtHome is a curated experience that brings together content from over 100 content partners to help you and your family be entertained, educated, and informed. The entertainment industry is shifting the way they think about bringing content to you during this time, and #AtHome from Amazon will be the way to discover all of it.

Content is organized by themed rows such as “Stay Informed” or “New and Trending” to make it easy to locate what you’re looking for. Amazon says it will be updating the page on a regular basis to ensure it's delivering fresh and new content.

Here's some of the content currently available:

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Entertainment
Discover free TV shows and movies, new releases, music, and live events like the upcoming Prime Video SXSW virtual film festival or One World: At Home Together Concert. Stream popular content from partners such as:
● SHOWTIME: Billions, Homeland, Green Book
● HBO: Silicon Valley, The Sopranos, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
● CBS All Access: Star Trek: Picard, The Twilight Zone, Blue Bloods
● Sling TV: Game Show Network, ESPN, Food Network

For more tips on what to stream, see our full list of free apps, trials, and content that we are continuing to update daily.

News
In addition the News app on Fire TV, our free and customizable news experience, our editors are working hard to curate content that helps you stay informed on the latest COVID-19 news. Stay informed from outlets offering access to news without a subscription such as CBS News, Fox News ABC News, NBC News and more. NBC News will even be streaming a Kids Edition of “Nightly News with Lester Holt” twice a week.

Kids & Family
With many of us home together as a family, we also want to make it easier to find ways to keep the whole house entertained. Our editors have curated a variety of kid-friendly entertainment, family-focused content, and more. All of the shows listed below are free to stream.
● Prime Video: Pete the Cat, The Stinky Dirty Show, PBS KIDS series
● Boomerang: Saturday Morning Cartoons
● IMDb TV: Paddington, Spider-Man, Megamind
● The CW: Nancy Dew and Katy Keene
● Tubi: Shrek Ever After, Shaun the Sheep Movie, Rock Dog
● Cartoon Network: Victor and Valentino, Team Titans GO!, Craig of the Creek

Education for Kids
With schools closed, we know many families are looking for ways to supplement their children’s education. On #AtHome, we are bringing together thousands of hours of K-12 educational content with more on the way. Things to check out with your kids:
● ABCmouse: Reading, math, art, music, and more for ages 2–8
● Amazon FreeTime Unlimited: Access to more than 20,000 age-appropriate apps, games, videos, and books
● Kidoodle TV: Wayside, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast, Blippi
● PBS Kids: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Curious George, Sesame Street
● Endless Alphabet and Endless Numbers: Animations and games teach kids about letters, words, and numbers
● GoNoodle: Dance videos, kids yoga, and mindfulness activities

Health & Wellness
Many of us are also looking for new ways to stay active, reduce stress, and find balance while at home. In the #AtHome experience, we have curated some great fitness, meditation, and yoga apps.
Here are a few of our favorites:
● Peloton
● Beachbody On Demand
● Gaia
● Yoga International
● Joyn

For an in-depth review of some of the at-home workout apps, visit our recent fitness blog.
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Amazon plans to add more content types and experiences over time. #AtHome will launch in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Canada and India soon.

Qualifying customers can get a 4K Fire TV stick for 50% off by using the code 4KFIRETV at checkout. Also, check out the Fire TV Cube which has Alexa built in.


Amazon Announces Free #AtHome Content for Fire TV and Fire Tablet 

yuggnj - April 19, 2020 at 11:48pm
The new update has a lot of bugs but I don’t care
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