Amazon and Google said they have agreed to allow online streaming applications on each other’s platforms, ending a mutual application boycott over the past time regarding product sales.
Amazon Fire TV users will be able to use the YouTube application and Google Chromecast users will have access to Amazon Prime Video under a new agreement.
The two companies said the official YouTube application will be available on Amazon’s Fire TV device in the coming months, allowing Amazon users to access music videos, movies, shows and other content from the service. owned by Google.
The deal also allows Google Chromecast users to have access to Amazon Prime Video and users of Android TV devices can access Amazon’s video store.
The deal ended an argument, boycotted the app, the video between two giant tech guys, constantly making it difficult for users to use on service platforms.
“We are excited to partner with Amazon to bring the official YouTube application available on Fire TV devices worldwide,” said Heather Rivera, a representative of YouTube.