April 26, 2019

Google & Amazon Shake Hands to Share their Streaming Videos at Each Other’s Platforms

With the mission to enhance the user experience, Google & Amazon have entered in collaboration for their streaming video platforms. According to the official sources, YouTube app will be introduced to Amazon Fire TV devices as well as Fire TV Edition and smart TVs respectively; whereas Prime Video app will be launched to Chromecast and other Chromecast built-in devices. Moreover, the YouTube users on Fire TV will be able to easily sign in with full access to their old library and play videos in 4K HDR at 60 fps on supported smartphones and tablets. However, the new Google & Amazon agreement will just work on streaming services so far, it won’t affect Amazon.com’s assortment or other concerns of hardware.
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