As a proof that giant tech companies Google and Amazon have ended their fight months back over video streaming, the official YouTube app is now available on Fire TV devices. Currently, some Fire TV devices ‘multiple Fire TV Stick variants and the Fire TV Cube’ and TV sets (from Element, Insignia, Toshiba and Westinghouse) can actively play videos.
They can also keep tabs on subscriptions and do pretty much more what most of other YouTube powered devices can do, which includes playback for 4K HDR video at 60 frames per second. We found expanded Alexa integration.
It was revealed that more Fire TV gadgets will receive the YouTube app few months from now. In case your device is disapproving the latest features.
Both companies made sure there is also support for Prime Video on Android TV and Chromecast. We thought users would have more than enough reasons to smile now, mostly for fans fans of connected living rooms.
Understand this, this agreement between Amazon and Google has practically eneded the act of jumping through hoops to use Google’s video service on Amazon devices or do the reverse. You don’t get it? I mean, you can stay tuned to a single device ecosystem without jumping through hoops to see all of the show you like.