With the Amazon Fire TV Stick, you can turn your regular TV into a Smart TV and watch virtually anything your heart desires. From streaming services to music to obscure video channels to sports, the Fire TV Stick, commonly known as the FireStick, is a device that can connect you to exactly whatever channel you'd like to watch.
Since the Fire TV Stick is an Amazon device, it comes with access to Prime Video. If you aren't a Prime member, you can still buy and rent movies and TV shows through Prime Video on the Fire TV Stick, but you won't have access to the free shows and movies.
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Other than Amazon Prime Video, you can download all of the other major streaming services to your TV, too, including:
CBS All Access
You can watch live TV on the Amazon Fire TV Stick, too, by downloading TV apps like Sling TV and YouTube TV. Depending on which package you subscribe to through the live TV apps, you'll be able to watch all your favorite History Channel, HGTV, news shows, and more right as they air.
You can also use YouTube, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, and more on the device.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick is about more than just TV and movies: You can also stream music using the device by downloading Amazon Music, Apple Music, or Spotify. You can also watch music videos on YouTube or Vevo.
And if you're more of a sports fan, you can watch live football, soccer, baseball, basketball, and more by downloading various third-party apps like ESPN for Fire TV, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, fuboTV, and more.
While it won't cost you money to add these services to your Amazon Fire TV Stick, most of the streaming services do require a paid subscription in order to actually enjoy your content on the channel.