NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming platform is finally making its way to Amazon devices. Starting Thursday, June 24th, you can download the Peacock app on your Fire TV and Fire tablet products. This includes the entire Fire TV program, including the 4K Fire TV Stick Fire TV Stick Lite.
At launch, you can also use Amazon’s voice assistant to open the Peacock app, with full integration of the Alexa title to follow later in the year. Once the feature becomes available, you can use your Alexa Voice Remote to browse the entire Peacock library. As part of today’s announcement, NBCUniversal networking apps from channels like Bravo and NBC Sports are also going to Amazon devices.
Coming Thursday, Peacock will be available on almost every piece of note streaming hardware. You can download the app on Xbox and PlayStation consoles, Apple and Android devices, as well as smart TVs from LG, Vizio and .
Peacock offers three levels of plans: Free, Premium and Premium Plus. All three come with at least 7,500 hours of programming, including the first two seasons of The Office. However, you will have to pay $ 5 a month to review each episode of the series and another $ 5 a month to do so without advertising. The more expensive levels also allow you access to live sports and the next day’s availability of the current NBC show.
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