Want to use a different account in the Amazon app or the Amazon website on your device? If so, the company makes it easy to log out from your current account. You should also do this if you use a shared device, and we’ll show you how.
Later, if you want to log back into your account, you can do so by entering your login details.
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It’s easy to log out from the Amazon app on your iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
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If you’re on an iPad, launch the Amazon app and tap “Hello.” Then, tap “Sign Out” to log out of your account.
If you’re on an iPhone or Android phone, launch the Amazon app on your phone. At the bottom, tap the three horizontal lines to open the app menu.
Scroll down the menu screen, and at the bottom, tap “Settings.”
From the expanded “Settings” menu, select “Not [Your Name]? Sign Out.”
Amazon will display a prompt asking if you really want to sign out. Tap “Sign Out” in this prompt to continue.
You’re now logged out of your account in the Amazon app on your device. You may now use any other account with the app, if you wish.
Signing out of the Amazon website is as easy as doing so in the mobile app.
To start, open a web browser on your device and launch the Amazon site. In the site’s top-right corner, hover your cursor over the “Account & Lists” menu.
In the menu that opens, click “Sign Out.”
And that’s all. You are now out of your account on the Amazon site.
If you are on a public device and use Gmail, consider signing out of your Gmail account as well. This helps protect your account from unauthorized access.
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