Amazon is one of the most popular online shopping portals, and it’s easy to fall down a “window shopping” rabbit hole while browsing the app. Whether it’s to switch accounts, remove access on a shared device, or simply avoid impulse purchases, you may want to log out of your account on some devices. It’s not as simple as it can be, especially on the mobile app. Here you need to log out of the Amazon app and website.
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To sign out of the Amazon app, go to the Menu tab (three vertical lines icon), scroll down and tap Settings, and press Not (your name)? Logout. Confirm that you want to sign out.
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How to Log Out of the Amazon App
Logging out of the Amazon app isn’t as easy as it gets, as there’s no easy-to-find button to log out. Open the app and go to Menu (three vertical lines icon). Open the Settings section and press Not (your name)? Logout. Confirm that you want to sign out in the next step.
Log out of the Amazon website
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No. The device you sign out of is the only one you will be signed out of. Any other phone, tablet, or computer you’re signed into won’t be affected.
Yes, you will have the option to log out of each device linked to your Amazon account when you change your password. You will need to log in to these devices again with your new login credentials.