It must be pretty frustrating to have a piece of fairly expensive equipment that projects entertainment into your home 24/7, but still doesn't show you what you want. Kinda sounds like cable, actually, but no one has cable anymore. They have a WiFi connection and Apple TV.
For a very long time, Apple TV owners have been frustrated by the fact that they can stream Netflix and Hulu, but not Amazon Prime. The Verge reports that CEO Tim Cook has finally made good on his promise to produce an app to connect the two before the end of 2017. You can now watch everything you want that's available on Amazon, which is a whole, whole lot.
Everyone is celebrating:
Um, except for all the people complaining that new Amazon app is bad?
It’s not a very great app - given all the time we waited for it though— dreampipe 🇸🇬 (@dreampipe) December 6, 2017
Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV is out. Hearing that it’s a complete garbage. (completely broken interaction design, custom fonts, custom UI that wasn’t thought through.)— Philip Amour 🍍 (@philipamour) December 6, 2017
Things that are awesome about Amazon Prime for Apple TV:— Justin Cox (@justincox) December 6, 2017
-It finally exists
Things that are strange about Amazon Prime for Apple TV:
-Literally everything else
No sounds in the interface? You have to CLICK ON EVERYTHING.
Why did this take 6 months?
Look, it's a step in the right direction, and if you're that frustrated with technology, maybe turn off the TV and go outside for a little bit.