4 ways to stream content on an Amazon Fire TV Stick
When you are using Amazon Fire TV Stick, you can use any of the many available options like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Kodi, Hulu, etc to stream through a huge number of movies, TV Series, and related content. The best part about these apps or streaming sites is that they are completely legal. Though Kodi is free media player, others come with subscription fees that you will have to pay to stream content.
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video is a site that provides you with a vast library of videos, music, TV series, movies in almost every kind of genre. Amazon Prime estimates to have a subscribers list extending to 100 million subscribers.
To use Amazon Prime Video, you will have to pay a monthly subscription of $12.99 per month or $119/year. The first 30-days of annual subscription are available as a free trial. For this amount, you get channels like- Starz, HBO, Cinemax, Mubi, Sports Illustrated TV, Comic Con HQ, Sundance Now, Showtime free.
Kodi is a widely used free media player which supports almost every device including Amazon Fire TV / Fire Stick. It doesn’t provide any streaming content with its own. That means you will have to install different add-ons in order to start streaming movies, TV, sports etc. Most users use the term “side loading” when referring to this as depending on what you’re looking to do, it may require jailbreaking FireStick so it can be manipulated for streaming free content using third-party add-ons.
There are many instances where many people are facing legal consequences for selling Kodi boxes illegally which are capable of streaming copyrighted content for free. But it must be noted that Kodi is completely legal app, and as long as you are using it for content that you already own and/or public domain content, you should be safe.
It is the world’s leading online streaming website that has more than 130 million subscribers. Netflix provides users with various plans which are – The basic plan that does not have HD viewing and can be watched on one screen at a time. It costs $9 per month.
The Standard plan which gives its users two simultaneous viewing option and HD quality videos. This plan is for $11 per month whereas if you go for the Premium plan, it will cost you $16 per month. This plan allows you to view through four various screens at the same time.
Hulu comes with a monthly subscription of $12 for no commercials or $8 for an account with limited commercials. The best part about Hulu is that you can create six different profiles on it plus you can put a Hulu account on hold if you want to take a brief break from the service.
These are some of the best (legal) services and apps to use with your Fire TV stick which will allow you to easily stream thousands of movies, TV shows, and other types of high quality video content.
If you know any other app which offers high quality content legally, lets us know in the comments section below and we shall update it in the list above.