Back in 2017, Google pulled its popular YouTube video app from Amazon's Fire TV after the online shopping giant refused to sell some Google products. What's more, the Prime Video app is coming to Chromecast and devices with Chromecast built in.
You might find this surprising, if only because Amazon Prime TV has appeared on a small handful of Android TV devices in the past (think Sony TVs) but this will see it available more widely.
According to Google, Amazon's custom app violated its terms of service (and circumvented ads). Clearly, Amazon wanted people to just purchase a cheap Fire TV to watch that content on the big screen.
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The frosty relationship between Google and Amazon.com Inc. thawed a little further. This came after Google also revoked YouTube access on Amazon's Echo Show devices, citing a "broken user experience". Amazon said it will let users play songs from "an ad-supported selection of top playlists", while YouTube Music will let users search by genre.
In addition to YouTube, the companies pledged to launch YouTube TV and YouTube Kids apps on Fire TV devices later this year.
"We're excited to bring the Prime Video app to Chromecast and Android TV devices, and to give our customers convenient access to the shows and movies they love", said Andrew Bennett, Head of Worldwide Business Development for Prime Video.
This agreement doesn't address several of the company's long-standing issues.