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Amazon Launches YouTube Like Video Service

E-commerce giant Amazon has launched an online video service to compete with Google video-sharing site YouTube. Users can post, watch and earn money from them here.

The name of the service is Amazon Video Direct

Viewers can rent or buy content from here, and you can also watch videos for free. Without add-ons, there will be an exchange of subscription fees for Amazon's Prime subscribers, along with other benefits.

In the United States, Germany, Austria, Japan, and the United States, you will be able to enjoy Amazon video services.

The organization has given access to professional TV shows and promos through the video of Prism, which is a competitor of Netflix.

It also gives the ability to stream video clips made by video gamers through twitch.

Amazon's Vice President Jim Freeman said that the most options are available from anything else, and for the first time it will have a self-service option for video providers. He added that we are very happy that we are able to provide content creators more easily and easily get viewers and viewers content.

Earlier Amazon has released free content on various platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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