Amazon Prime Instant is coming to Chromecast at last, thanks to two third-party developers: Amazon’s video streaming service doesn’t officially support Chromecast, but two German developers just released Primecast, a new Android app that promises to bring Prime Instant to Chromecast for a one-time fee of $2.99. It’s probably a good thing that the app is not more expensive: The duo argues that Primecast isn’t violating Amazon’s Terms of Service, but there is always a chance that Amazon could disagree.
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