Amazon Prime Instant Video Outage Map
Amazon Video is an Internet video on demand service that is developed, owned and operated by Amazon.com. It offers television shows and films for rental or purchase and as part of Amazon's Prime subscription.
Amazon Prime Instant Video Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Mexico City, CDMX||47|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||26|
|Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana||14|
|Berlin, Land Berlin||10|
|Los Angeles, CA||7|
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Amazon Prime Instant Video Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
Hey @XiaomiIndia pls fix the FHD playback issue with @PrimeVideoIN content. Despite having the widevine L1 out of the box, #RedmiK20Pro can't play even 720p content in Amazon prime video app. It's stuck with 480p only. @manukumarjain
@AmazonHelp Problem is I can order a video gam that doesn't have street date till a tuesday but I will get it the friday before but this book has to be delivered after street date by amazon!!
Mozilla Thunderbird once again glitching on email send with Amazon WorkMail credentials Guess I have to make a video to show these people the damn problem I'm sure they will blame Amazon and they will blame Mozilla Pas the blame game Or blame end users
@alokemajumder @hoichoitv @XiaomiIndia But main problem with Hoichoitv is it does not support dolby digital unlike Prime Video & Netflix...If in today’s world if u are really serious to be global hoichoi tv must be on par with Amazon Prime in quality & sound content
It's strange that when comparing new streaming offers (Netflix vs Disney+ vs Amazon Prime Video vs CanalPlay vs Apple TV+ vs ...), _nobody_ looks at the quality of apps, quality of streaming with lower bandwidth, ... This is extremely important!
@mickloud problem is it's an Amazon video
@KyleClimans Hmmm I'd probably say no to Netflix and wait until I get a better offer from Amazon Prime Video. The quality of shows on Netflix has dropped considerably in recent months 🤔
Overrated! Basically it's just an online video store of shows that aren't theirs. Most TV shows or films they produce are of low quality apart from a few rare exceptions. Amazon Prime and Hulu beat it down easily in terms of quality
@AmazonHelp my Amazon prime is not working. It says I have a VPN or proxy server issue but I haven't changed anything. And the internet provider said to talk to the video service providers about it
@stuart_manning @rudemrlang @EddieRobson @jackseale Plus Amazon Prime Video has loads of really poor quality stuff (technically as well as content), including tonnes of bootlegs. Makes me wary of browsing when I end up settling for something unwatchable.
dash camera but I'm not sure if the video quality will be good enough for me to read the license plate. I've already called the police for your store and awaiting for an adapter to come in through amazon to look at the video. I've already done more than your customer service.
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lmao. i forgot about it, but Loqueesha is on Amazon Prime video for free rn. Didn't even release anywhere. this is hilariously awful. it's like The Room 2.0
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Amazon prime is amazing and it's better than Netflix and I'm not saying that because of the affiliate program but because of the genuine quality of the video content available plus next day / same day delivery and generic high street beating prices £ for £ it's so much better
@dlknowles Basically, if it’s not a book or a boxed video game, Amazon’s probably the worst place to buy it these days. If it’s not actively a counterfeit, you’ve still had to dig through tonnes of incorrect listings, and probably ended up paying through the nose
@AmazonHelp Hi, Yes. Have ensured both the App and the box are up to date. Other applications render without any issue, but the WWE Network App is consistently pixelated. No issues with Amazon video/Netflix/Youtube. The WWE Network plays fine for me on non Amazon devices.