Amazon-owned IMDb launched a new movie alive belvedere today called Freedive, and it’s basically Prime Video Lite. The ad-supported account is accessible from today in the US on the web, and via Amazon’s Fire TV devices.

Amazon-owned IMDb launched a new movie alive belvedere today called Freedive, and it’s basically Prime Video Lite for film buffs.

The account offers Hollywood movie titles like andand TV shows like  and 

If a title is accessible to stream on the new service, you’ll see a “Watch for free on IMDb Freedive” button on IMDb’s desktop site that will launch the movie or show on your computer. However, the site’s search engine doesn’t have a filter for Freedive titles in its database just yet.

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The aggregation makes it clear in the FAQ area that you can’t acquirement movie titles, or pay a fee to get rid of ads as of now.

We first heard about Amazon’s plans to offer a free alive video account back in August 2018. It was slated to launch a week after the report surfaced, but it’s taken until now to clearly launch. It’ll rival Roku’s ad-supported account in the US, and give Amazon a chance to bring in more acquirement through advertising.

The aggregation said its absolute video agreeable – trailers, interviews, and aboriginal short series – will be chip into the new service. Earlier this week, media software aggregation Plex also appear that it’ll offer ad-supported agreeable later this year.