Amazon has started to roll out a new update to its line of Fire TV Players. With this update, Amazon has added the ability to sync recently watched Prime Video titles across all Fire TV. This means if you watch something on one Fire TV you will find it listed in your recently watched row on all Fire TVs.
This new feature was confirmed by Elias Saba an Amazon Fire TV team member on Twitter:
Amazon Fire TVs will now sync the Prime Video movies and shows on your Recent row across all of your devices. Start watching something on one device and it’ll automatically appear on the Recent row of your other devices so you can pickup where you left off. pic.twitter.com/Hh7zQKg33F
— Elias Saba (@Elias) August 24, 2019
The good news is Amazon is making this an option you can turn on or off in the Fire TV settings. So if you would rather not see what your kids are watching on their TV you don’t have to but if you want this it is now an option for Fire TV owners.
Have you tested out this new feature? Let us know what you think of the new update.
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