Amazon does not content with Prime Video and the free IMDb TV has just launched another streaming service at no cost. This is miniTV.
We are facing one of the most complex moments in the streaming platform war. Disney Plus started strong offering attention-grabbing content every week but is now waiting for Loki to premiere.
At the same time, Netflix has migrated to a catalog composed of exclusive productions of VERY variable quality. And HBO Max is betting on releasing its movie premieres at the same time on its platform.
And it is basically in this scenario that without making much noise the Amazon guys have launched a new platform.
Amazon bets on miniTV
From India has just come the report that Amazon has launched a new 100% free streaming platform under the name miniTV. Although the content is not similar to Prime.
For the moment the catalog would be composed of productions with some age or videos with production values originally developed for other platforms such as YouTube.
The promise is that soon there will be exclusive content that can only be seen through this service. Even if there is not a single preview of all that for now.
Back in India miniTV is available through the Amazon app for Android at the moment. It would be a matter of little time before it is also integrated into iOS over the next few months.
However, there is no news about the possible expansion of this platform to other nations or the American continent itself.
In the end, by its qualities, miniTV would be more like a variant of IMDb TV or an answer to Walmart’s Flipkart, Peacock, and Tubi that also show series and movies showing some commercials before.