Whether you want to switch to a different Amazon account or remove access to your account on a shared device, you should know how to log out of Amazon app.
It’s also advisable to log out of Amazon to avoid hours of browsing and impulse buying. After all, we all know that looking at the wide range of products on the platform can be pretty enticing.
However, logging out of the Amazon app isn’t the same as the log-out process on the Amazon website.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to log out of the Amazon app, whether you’re an Android, iPhone, or iPad user.
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How to Log Out of the Amazon App on an Android Device
Here are the steps to log out of the Amazon mobile app on an Android phone or device.
1 – Launch the Amazon Android app on your phone or Android devices.
2 – Look for the hamburger menu: the three horizontal lines in the bottom right corner of the main screen.
3 – Find and tap Settings to view the settings section.
4 – Look for the Not (your name)? Sign Out field on the menu. Click Sign Out. This is the logout option.
5 – A pop-up confirmation window will appear. Tap the Sign Out option again, and Amazon will log you out.
How to Log Out of the Amazon Mobile App on iOS Devices
The log-out process for the Amazon app on iOs devices is the same, whether you’re using an iPhone or an iPad. Follow these steps to sign out of your Amazon app on iOS devices.
1 – Open the Amazon app on your iPhone or iPad.
2 – To open the menu, tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom right corner of the screen.
3 – Look for the Settings option and press the arrow to reveal the drop-down menu.
4 – Press the Sign Out option at the bottom of the menu.
5 – Tap Sign Out again on the pop-up confirmation window.
How to Log Out of the Amazon Prime App on Your Smart TV
Logging out of Amazon Prime on your smart TV through the app isn’t as straightforward as logging out on the Amazon website.
Fortunately, the Amazon app on your mobile device does make it easier. Follow the steps below to sign out of your smart TV Amazon account.
1 – Launch the Amazon Prime app on your device.
2 – Tap My Stuff in the bottom right corner.
3 – From the settings menu, press Registered devices.
4 – Choose Deregister under the device you want to disconnect from Amazon Prime.
How to Deregister Multiple Devices on the Amazon Android or iOS App
You can also remove access to multiple devices using the Amazon app. The process is similar to the one discussed above. Here’s how to do this:
1 – Go to the Amazon app on your Android or iOS device.
2 – Click the profile button in the bottom toolbar.
3 – Tap Your Account at the top.
4 – Scroll down until you see the Manage content and devices tab on the menu and tap it.
5 – Press the Devices tab at the top of the screen.
6 – Click on the Amazon cart option to view your registered devices.
7 – Scroll down and click on the device you want to deregister and tap Deregister.
8 – A pop-up confirmation window will appear. Tap Deregister to finish the process.
This process will log you out of your chosen devices from Amazon. You would have to log in again the next time you want to shop on Amazon using the deregistered devices.
Will My Other Devices Be Affected if I Log Out of the Amazon App on One Device?
No. You’ll stay logged in on any other computer, phone, or tablet. The device you logged out of will be the only one affected.
Will Changing My Amazon Password Log Out All Devices?
Yes. If you change your password on one device, Amazon will automatically log you out of other devices. Amazon will ask you to log in again to these other devices with your new password.
The Bottom Line
The Amazon application has made shopping much more convenient for many people. Shopping is much more fun and streamlined on the app than on the Amazon website.
However, remember that Amazon keeps you signed in even when you’re not using the app. This can pose a security risk, especially for shared devices. It’s always a good idea to log out of your Amazon app after browsing and shopping.
Hopefully, my guide has shown you how to sign out of your account in the Amazon shopping app on Android and iOS devices. I also have tips on retrieving Amazon orders if you prefer to keep them private.
Visit my blog for more Amazon tips and strategies. Happy shopping!