The streaming streaming video service Netflix is now offering a new feature that lets you stream a movie or TV show from your Fire TV device on the Amazon Kindle Fire TV.
Netflix’s app on Fire TV is designed for streaming video, so if you have a Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, you’ll be able to stream content from Netflix from that device.
The feature is only available on Amazon Fire devices, and there’s no way to access it from the Amazon Appstore or other platforms.
The Netflix app on the Fire TV doesn’t appear to be currently available for users in the US, and Netflix says it’s working on bringing it to other countries soon.
Netflix is also now offering to stream video from your Amazon Fire HDTV, Fire TV Pro, Fire HD, Fire Stick, Fire Tablets, Fire X series, and Fire TV 4 series, but that service doesn’t have the feature yet.
If you want to stream from your streaming device, you have to manually enter your password for the Netflix app.
Once you enter your Netflix password, you’re able to access the feature through a series of prompts, including one that asks you to “like” a movie, “unlike” or “share” a video, “rate” or a series, “favorite” a game, “play” or play “favorite,” and “add to playlist.”
You can’t just tap a star in the app to add a video to your library.
Netflix says that the feature will work across devices on the same Wi-Fi network, so you’ll need to connect your Fire Stick to your FireTV device and use a different Fire TV connection to watch from your device.
Netflix recommends that you have at least one Fire TV set-top box connected to your home network.
You can use Netflix to stream any of the following streaming video services from your Netflix account: HBO Now (with streaming video and photo streaming), Amazon Video, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Fire, Hulu, Vudu, Amazon Music, and Google Play.
Netflix has been working on a streaming video feature since at least last year, when it announced it would be adding a streaming feature to the Netflix Video app on iOS.
At that time, the feature was only available for US users and only available in select markets.
Netflix announced that it would start adding streaming video support to other regions, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, and the UK.
It also said it would begin adding a “tutorial” section for users to get their streaming experience up to speed.
Netflix also announced last year that it plans to add streaming video to its Android app, and it was also able to add the feature to iOS last year.
You’ll need a streaming device for this feature to work.