We want to make sure our content is as accessible as possible, and so we are excited to offer the newest way to engage with us, the Amazon Firestick.
YouTube is a great publishing platform this side of the year 2000, but it is busy, can be distracting, and is optimized for mobile. Our new Amazon Firestick app offers your family, Bible study, or youth room the ability to watch our entire library of content right from your TV.
Will you offer this on other streaming devices? We do offer an app on the Apple TV, and will soon be offering one on Roku.
How to get started
Open Apps from the Fire TV menu to browse apps and games available for your Fire TV. Search for "The Bible Project." If you have a Fire TV remote with a Voice button, you can search using your voice. Or, you can select Search from the Fire TV menu to enter a text search.
Select the app to open its overview page.
Click Get to download the app.
When the download is complete, the Get option changes to Open. Select Open to launch the app or game.
You'll see a few options initially. The top-navigation bar gives you an opportunity to search through our content if you know what keyword you are looking for, or click on "info icon" for our intro video where Tim & Jon walk you through the different videos we offer.
The playlists mimic those we offer on our YouTube channel (minus all the other distractions), beginning with the newest videos in the top section.
If you need a help downloading apps to your Firestick, read this help guide provided by Amazon. HELP