Amazon is developing a new streaming service with a focus on mobile devices

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Amazon is reportedly developing a new streaming service with a focus on mobile devices, after the trademark registration documents and job advertisements are revealed by the largest e-commerce company in the United States.

As Variety reported earlier this week, Amazon has registered a document for the trademark for Amazon Fuse.

The information in the document describes it as a service related to the transmission of entertainment services, including audio and video content, over the internet and mobile networks.

Other information related to Fuse also appears on Amazon job advertisements, calling Amazon Fuse a new product and team announced on Amazon.

Amazon Fuse is also called enabling international partners to offer Amazon subscription services to consumers.
Fuse will allow Amazon to cover consumers in wider areas and expand its international distribution.

Fuse's business is focused on working with mobile operators around the world to deliver Prime Video, Music, Kindle and Prime to hundreds of millions of Amazon's customers.

Until now, there has been no information related to the form of products that are carried by Fuse, but it is estimated as a service that allows mobile operators to connect their offerings with Amazon. Fuse also called will help Amazon expand the scope of its streaming services in its entirety.

In addition, the Amazon Fuse trademark has also been filed by Amazon in Canada.