Google Allows YouTube App on Amazon’s Fire TV Once Again

IndieWire | 4/20/2019 | Staff
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There are times when technology companies that control a massive amount of global creative holdings must set aside their differences to make sure that people can stream “Bosch” just a little more easily. This, thankfully, is one of those times.

Google and Amazon announced that the two companies have reached an agreement that would allow the former’s YouTube app to be compatible with the latter’s Fire TV. This new easing of tensions will also allow Google Chromecast users to stream content from Amazon Prime Video on various devices.

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The agreement marks a break in an ongoing standoff between the companies. It also removes a barrier to entry on both sides of the divide, with this new process allowing individuals to skip laptops as a necessity to connect content to their TVs. Part of these new changes means that users can use Amazon Prime Video with Chromecast directly from a phone or tablet.

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