Amazon is putting an end to Prime Now and moving all two-hour shipping items into the main app

For years now, folks fascinated about profiting from Amazon’s super-fast two-hour supply service in cities all over the world have used a standalone Prime Now app to make it occur. Now, the corporate is lastly shifting the entire expertise into the primary Amazon app.

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Introduced in a weblog put up, Amazon states the choice to maneuver the performance from Prime Now to the primary app is all about providing a seamless purchasing expertise. This is sensible, as having to bounce round between apps is a ache for something, however doing it for purchasing is particularly annoying.

Amazon notes that the transition has already been made in India, Japan, and Singapore and that the Prime Now app has been retired. The corporate additionally notes that it began ensuring two-hour deliveries obtainable in the primary US app again in 2019, however this push will carry the rest of distributors over.

Whether or not it’s two-hour supply from Amazon Recent, Entire Meals Market, or one in all our native shops like Bartell’s in Seattle, Morrisons in Leeds, or Monoprix in Paris, Prime members will discover what they want alongside the tens of millions of things obtainable on Amazon.

Amazon goes on to notice that Prime Now app might be absolutely retired on the finish of the 12 months. General, it’s a great transfer from the corporate, as retaining every little thing contained in a single app might be rather more handy for consumers trying to place orders by Amazon that supply each two-hour supply and extra normal two-day transport.