TV lift mechanism for Amazon Video (AMZN) has been around since at least 2013.
It works by connecting a TV remote to the video feed.
However, it’s not entirely perfect.
It has the ability to move your cable bundle, which is handy if you’re watching a lot of shows, but it doesn’t have the ability or the inclination to connect a second remote.
With Amazon’s TV lift feature now available for the Kindle Fire, the company has now added support for the new Kindle Fire HDX, the latest model of Amazon’s streaming-media player.
The new feature works in the same way as Amazon’s current TV lift function does.
In this video, we see the Kindle TV lift from the left side of the screen and the Amazon TV lift on the right side.
The feature works with Amazon Video HDX and Kindle Fire X models, but is available on any device that supports Amazon’s Cloud Sync feature.
You’ll need to have the new Amazon TV Lift feature installed on your Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire Stick, or any other device that is compatible with Amazon’s cloud sync feature.
In addition, the new feature requires a new Kindle device and a compatible Amazon account.
There’s no word yet on how much additional fee Amazon will charge for this feature, but we’re told that the price of the new version of the feature will be about $5.99.
If you don’t want to pay extra for the added convenience, you can download the Amazon Cloud Sync app from the app store or download the new app from Google Play.
This feature will likely become more common as Amazon adds more devices to its Amazon Fire lineup, and more people move to Amazon’s new streaming-device-based streaming service, Prime Video.