Universal Amazon Prime Now app may be coming to Windows




Amazon Prime Now is a great service by Amazon for their Amazon Prime subscribers which will give you free 2 hour deliveries and moderately priced 1 hour delivers on a wide range of products.

The service uses a dedicated app different from the usual Amazon app, presumably to use the GPS to make sure you are in an area served by the deal.

Currently the app is only available for iOS and Android but it appears it may also be on the way to Windows Phone, according to ParsonProject93.

According to him Amazon support said:

I’m sorry the Amazon Prime Now app currently isn’t compatible with the windows phone and is currently only available with android and IOS software. We are working on expanding the service and we currently are developing an app that is compatible with windows phones and available on computers as well. As the application is still in testing , we do not have a proposed launch date, however we will be sending out notification when this available.

Further more we apologize for any frustration or inconvenience this has caused. I’ve forwarded your comments to the Amazon Prime Now Team so that they’re aware of this issue.

Certainly sounds like a Universal app, which would once again validate Microsoft’s Windows 10 strategy.

Are many of our readers Amazon Prime subscribers and likely to use this app? Let us know below.

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