Amazon Fire TV

Reach more customers with Fire TV

Fire TV brings the best of Amazon to entertainment, including the Alexa Voice Assistant, our powerful recommendation engine, connected smart home device control, and a cinematic smart TV user experience. From portable options that fit behind your TV, such as the Fire TV Stick, to 4K Ultra HD smart TVs with a built-in Fire TV interface, there’s an Amazon Fire TV experience for everyone.

Amazon's developer tools empower you to create an immersive 10-foot experience that connects with and entertains your audience. Publish your existing app or game, or build something new today.

Drive discovery and engagement
Screen reader for Fire TV

VoiceView is the Fire TV screen reader that helps blind and visually impaired customers navigate and discover content, access settings, and control playback in the core Fire TV experience. Learn more »

Monetize your apps and games

Fire TV and Fire TV Stick support the Amazon In-App-Purchasing API so you can offer consumable items, permanently entitled items, and even subscriptions in your app. Learn more »

Integrate your app's media catalog

Catalog integration enables universal search, browse, and deep linking to your media content from within Fire TV. Learn more »

Amazon Fire TV Gen 3

With an ultra-fast 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, Fire TV is 40% more powerful than Fire TV Stick. Amazon Fire TV Gen 3 also has a compact and portable design, making it easy to bring your movies and TV shows with you when you travel. Simply plug it into your HDTV’s HDMI port and connect to the internet via wifi or the optional Amazon Ethernet Adapter to start enjoying your favorite content.

Compatible with (1) 4K ultra high-definition TVs with HDMI capable of 2160p at 24/25/30/50/60 Hz and HDCP 2.2, including popular models from LG, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Toshiba, Vizio, and others or (2) high-definition TVs with HDMI capable of 1080p or 720p at 50/60 Hz.

Amazon Fire TV Stick Gen 2

Fire TV Stick Gen 2 supports 4K Ultra HD for true-to-life picture quality. Watch high-definition 1080p streams on Amazon Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, and more, even without a 4K TV.

It also includes 75% more processing power than the previous generation of Amazon Fire TV Stick, a dedicated graphics engine, better wifi support, 2 GB of memory, 8 GB of storage, and expandable storage of up to 200 GB.

Amazon Fire TV Edition Television

Fire TV Edition is a smart TV experience that seamlessly integrates your favorite streaming and live over-the-air (OTA) content on a unified home screen (HD antenna required).

Built for speed and performance, the television is powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core CPU, multi-core 3D GPU chipset for instant search results and fast, fluid responsiveness. Connect easily with dual-band wifi, built-in Bluetooth, and four HDMI ports.

Amazon Fire TV Stick Basic Edition

Fire TV Stick Basic Edition delivers fast and fluid performance with a quad-core processor and 8 GB of storage. Stream movies and TV shows in up to 1080p HD. Enjoy rich cinematic surround sound with Dolby Audio, consistent quality, and enhanced volume levels via HDMI.

This model is compatible with HDTVs that are HDMI-capable of 1080p or 720p at 60/50Hz, including popular HDCP-compatible models from Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse, and others.

Fire OS 6

Fire OS is the operating system that runs Amazon Fire TV and tablet devices. Fire OS is a fork of Android, so if your app runs on Android, it will most likely run on Amazon Fire devices too. Fire OS 6 is based on Android 7.1 (Nougat) and API level 25, while Fire OS 5 is based on Android 5.1 (Lollipop) and API level 22. Over 75% of Android apps we tested just work, with zero additional development work required.

Simply drag and drop your Android APK into the App Testing Service and get compatibility results in 90 seconds or less. Android Nougat brings many fundamental changes to Android Open Source Project (AOSP) that impact app compatibility, most notably the introduction of Android Run Time (ART). We have proactively tested many apps in our catalog and compiled a Knowledge Base of articles, which highlight common Lollipop issues we have seen and recommend best practices to address common bugs.