2. Comparison between Amazon Video vs iTunes Store
Amazon Prime costs $119 per year, or you can pay $12.99 for per month, but it will cost you about $37 more than the annual option over the year. And you can just get Prime Video for $8.99 per month. In addition, rentals in Amazon range from about $2.99 to $5.99, and movie purchases are from $9.99 to $14.99.
As for iTunes Store, its prices are various. Most of the SD movies in iTunes will cost around $4 for rent and around $15 to purchase. And for HD movies, the prices are about $5 to rent and about $25 to buy. As for TV episodes, the price of the entire series may reach $30 to $40 per season. Rented movies are available for 30 days from purchase. Once you begin watching, you'll have 24 hours to finish. All purchased content remains on your iTunes account and you can stream online or download for offline playback, depending on you.
You can stream Amazon movies and TV shows to iOS, Roku, Kindle Fire, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs and so on. However, there is no specialized app for Android users, but you also can download their content for you to watch on your mobile devices.
Apple just allows users to stream their purchases and rentals to Apple devices with the same Apple ID they used to buy and rent the video, such as Mac, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Apple TV. Unfortunately, the movies from iTunes Store can't be played on non-apple devices, because they are under the protection of DRM. If you want to watch iTunes videos on Android devices or other devices, you are supposed to remove the DRM from iTunes videos.
In the following part, we will introduce a powerful DRM removal tool for you.