Adult Swim releases all new app for all Amazon Fire TVs and Fire TV Sticks

Adult Swim, the adult-oriented nighttime side of Cartoon Network, has just released a new app for all Amazon Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions. The app a healthy mix of free ad-support content as well as content that requires logging in with a TV provider. A marathon feature within the app lets you select a single show and watch an endless stream of episodes from that show that you have little control over. There is, of course, regular on-demand access to select episodes as well. If you activate the app, you’ll also be able to access live streams of what is airing on the network’s cable channel, called a TV simulcast, as well as an all-day stream of content. A program guide for both streams is available to see what is scheduled to air in the future.

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New Fire TV apps of the week — April 15-21

This week there were 25 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Sports fans might be interested in Arena Football League’s new app that lets you stream live and on-demand games. Soccer fans should take a look at Fanatiz where you can stream latin american games. Loupe is a unique app that streams a “visual art streaming experience on TV” with over 25 curated channels for specific moods and styles. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days. Read more ›

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New Fire TV apps of the week — April 8-14

This week there were 29 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Several interesting games have been released, including Space Inversion 2, which is inspired byt he classic Space Invaders game, and Tango Ball, an endless Flappy Bird style game where blocks close in on you. Soccer fans will want to check out Dugout, which is run by some of the world’s biggest soccer teams and is a place to watch exclusive videos from over 70 different teams. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days. Read more ›

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New Fire TV apps of the week — April 1-7

This week there were 46 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. This week’s list may include a few apps that weren’t actually released this past week but managed to slip past me when they did come out. Fire TV owners in the UK can browse a wide assortment of music in the NOW Music Player app. JellyTelly and kividoo are a pair of kids app with lots of child appropriate content. Ivacy VPN is a new VPN app for Fire TV devices. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days. Read more ›

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New Fire TV apps of the week — Mar. 25-31

This week there were 23 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Bell customers in Canada will want to check out the new Bell Fibe TV app that gives streaming access to all of their cable networks. Stargate and SciFi fans should take a look at Gate Cast which lets you stream every Stargate TV series and movie for a one-time fee of just $20. There are a few other notable apps that were added on this very special day. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days. Read more ›

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Entire Stargate collection arrives on the Amazon Fire TV through a new Gate Cast app

A new Gate Cast app has arrived that lets Stargate Command members watch the entire Stargate collection on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The app is not a stand-alone app that is controlled by the Fire TV remote, like most apps. Instead, it’s a cast receiver that works in conjunction with the Stargate Command mobile app. You must use the mobile app to select what will be played on your Fire TV. A Stargate Command all-access pass costs a one-time payment of $20. It lets you stream all Stargate episodes and movies ever made through May 2018. That includes the shows Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate Universe, and the new Stargate Origins series. It also includes access to the 3 Stargate movies and the Stargate interview series Dialing Home. The Gate Cast app is not currently compatible with the Fire TV 1 and Fire TV Stick 1.

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Bell TV in Canada has brought its TV services to the Amazon Fire TV Stick Basic Edition

Bell TV has just released a new app for Canadian customers that brings live and on-demand access to Bell’s television service. Bell Alt TV, Bell Fibe TV, and Bell Satellite TV customers can use the app to browse a program guide and watch content. Bell Fibe TV customers can also use the app to manage and watch their recordings. The app is only available on the 2nd Gen Fire TV Stick, since that’s the only Fire TV device sold globally as the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition.

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New Fire TV apps of the week — Mar. 18-24

This week there were 26 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Tidal is a popular streaming music service that’s worth checking out if you’re looking for an alternative to the music apps already on the Fire TV. Salon.com has brought their collection of news and daily talk videos to Fire TV devices with their new app. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days. Read more ›

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Stream music service Tidal releases new app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

The streaming music service Tidal has just released an app for Amazon Fire TV devices. Tidal is owned by Jay-Z and various other music artists. It is the first artist-owned music service and is among the top music services by the number of tracks and users. Their catalog includes more than 50 million tracks with an assortment of original content, thanks to its close ties to music artists. The service costs $9.99 per month for unlimited streaming and comes with a 30-day free trial.

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Controversial BitTorrent downloader Put.io arrives on the Amazon Fire TV

A new official Put.io app has just been released in the Amazon Fire TV appstore. Put.io is a slightly controversial service that acts as a middle-man between you and video files found online. Instead of downloading or streaming a video from the internet directly, Put.io will download the video for you to their servers and then let you stream it to your devices from them. Put.io’s support for BitTorrent downloads has made it a popular service for downloading pirated content undetected. Read more ›

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