How to View All Devices Logged Into Your Amazon Account

Having multiple devices logged into your Amazon account can be convenient for accessing Amazon services across different devices. However, it also poses security risks if you lose track of which devices have access. Fortunately, Amazon makes it easy to view and manage all devices logged into your account.

Why View Logged In Devices

Here are some key reasons for periodically checking devices logged into your Amazon account:

  • Security: Ensure only your recognized devices have access to prevent unauthorized purchases or access.
  • Remove old devices: Deregister devices you no longer own to free up slots for new devices. Amazon allows up to 10 authorized devices.
  • Manage streams: Amazon Prime Video allows up to 3 concurrent video streams. Checking logged in devices helps manage maximum streams.
  • Share benefits: View household members with access through Amazon Household.

How to View Logged In Devices

You can view devices logged into your Amazon account using either the website or mobile app for Android/iPhone.

On Amazon Website

  1. Go to and login to your account
  2. Click on “Account & Lists” dropdown menu
  3. Select “Content & Devices”
  4. Click on “Devices” to see all logged in devices

On Mobile App

  1. Open Amazon Shopping app on your phone
  2. Tap on hamburger menu icon
  3. Tap on “Account”
  4. Select “Manage content and devices”
  5. Tap on “Devices” to view logged in devices

Both methods will display a list of all devices along with date registered. You can click each device to see full details or deregister it.

Tips for Managing Devices

Here are some tips for effectively managing devices logged into your Amazon account:

  • Deregister old devices you no longer use to improve account security.
  • Track unfamiliar devices and deregister if unauthorized. Change password if concerned.
  • Name/rename devices for easier tracking like “John’s iPhone” or “Living Room TV”.
  • Review periodically, such as monthly, to clean up devices.
  • Enable login approvals requiring verification codes for new logins.
  • Use strong password that would be difficult for others to guess.
  • Limit household sharing only to recognized family members.

Proactively managing logged in devices improves Amazon account security and prevents issues down the road.

View Recent Login Activity

In addition to viewing logged in devices, you can also check recent account login activity under “Login & Security” settings, including IP address, date, time, and whether the login was successful. This helps identify any unauthorized access attempts.

Contact Amazon for Help

If you discover an unknown, unauthorized device in your account, contact Amazon Customer Service right away to investigate and secure your account. Amazon may request additional information to verify account ownership before sharing details.

Enable Two-Factor Authentication

For improved security against unauthorized logins, enable two-factor authentication (2FA). This requires entering a unique verification code from an authenticated device when logging in from new devices for the first time.

While viewing logged in devices doesn’t prevent unauthorized access, it allows you to identify issues quicker. Periodically check your Amazon account and deregister any unknown devices to improve security. Enabling two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of protection as well.