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Universal Search and Browse

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Getting Started with Universal Search and Browse on Fire TV
With Universal Search and Browse on Fire TV, when a customer searches for media or browses to a specific item in the Fire TV customer interface, your content appears alongside the content from Amaz... more »
Release Notes for Universal Search and Browse (draft)
The following are release notes for Universal Search and Browse on Fire TV.Support for discovery of linear and multi-subscription contentReleased on April 23, 2019Universal Search and Browse on Fir... more »
Getting Started with Universal Search and Browse on Fire TV (draft)
Universal Search and Browse allows customers to discover your content on Fire TV, regardless of whether they have your app installed. Your catalog file is used to integrate your media's metadata in... more »
Step 1: Integrate Your App with the Fire TV Home Screen Launcher
Modifying your app to be used with Amazon Fire TV's home screen launcher integrates your media content and your users' subscription statuses with other content in the Amazon Fire TV user interface.... more »
Step 1: Integrate Your App with the Fire TV Launcher (draft)
Modifying your app to be used with Amazon Fire TV's home screen launcher integrates your media content and your customers' subscription statuses with other content in the Amazon Fire TV customer in... more »
Step 2: Verify Deep Links from the Catalog
Before submitting your app to the Amazon Appstore, validate your integration by running through the test cases listed here. Successfully validating the correct behavior will help facilitate your ap... more »
Step 2: Support Multi-subscription Content (Optional) (draft)
If your app has multi-subscription content, you will need to also send an Acquisition Intent to prompt signed-in customers through a purchase workflow when they attempt to access content they aren'... more »
Test Fire TV Launcher Integration with the Integration Test App (Optional)
After integrating your app with the Fire TV Home Screen Launcher, use Amazon's Integration Test app to ensure that your app responds correctly to capability requests as well as sign in and playback... more »
Test Launcher Integration with adb (Optional)
After integrating your app with the Fire TV Home Screen Launcher, you can use Android Debug Bridge (adb) to test your app and ensure that it responds correctly to sign in and playback intents. more »
Step 4: Verify Deep Links from the Catalog (draft)
Before submitting your app to the Amazon Appstore, validate your integration by running through the test cases listed here. Successfully validating the correct behavior will help facilitate your ap... more »
Test Fire TV Launcher Integration with the Integration Test App (draft) (Optional)
After integrating your app with the Fire TV Launcher, use Amazon's Integration Test app to ensure that your app responds correctly to capability requests as well as sign in and playback intents. more »
Test Launcher Integration with adb (draft) (Optional)
After integrating your app with the Fire TV Home Screen Launcher, you can use Android Debug Bridge (adb) to test your app and ensure that it responds correctly to sign in and playback intents. more »