Amazon Fire TV users can now finally stream Youtube TV from their devices, as finally years of competitive rivalry between Amazon and Google had been put to an end.
Google’s live TV Streaming service, Youtube TV is now available on Amazon Fire devices. This clearly shows the years of feuding between the two Google and Amazon tech giants have come to an end.
Youtube TV will now be available on Fire TV including the second-gen Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick 4K, Insignia Fire TV Edition smart TVs, Toshiba, and many more.
This addition of Youtube TV on Fire TV follows the inclusion of Youtube Apps in July of this year. At the same time of the year when original videos arrived on the Google Chromecast.
Youtube TV is a premium live TV streaming platform that has been offering over 70 live channels including the local and unlimited DVR and has also won the CNET’s Editors’ Choice award.
As you all know previously both the Tech giants had banned each other’s products from their services, but at the end of 2017, both the companies decided and moved to amends. For example, as Youtube Tv wasn’t available on Fire Tv nor any of Google Chromecast devices on Amazon.com but now both products are available on either of them. They are ending the rivalry among the two Tech Giants.
So now the Fire Tv and more such users can easily access the Youtube Tv from their devices as Youtube is finally available on Fire Tv and Fire Tv Stick.