Amazon has announced that YouTube TV can be streamed from today through its Fire TV products. An app for the service is distributed to many Fire TV devices, with the exception of the first generation Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
YouTube TV was launched in 201
The Google TV streaming service will be available through the second generation Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube, as well as smart TVs with built-in Fire TV, including Element, Insignia, Toshiba and other models. Westinghouse. Some older models also receive the update, including the first generation Fire TV Cube, second generation Fire TV and third generation Fire TV Pendant. But again, the owners of the first generation Fire TV and Fire TV Stick are unlucky.
Today's news comes just in time for the kick-off of this year's NFL season, MLB play-offs, and fall TV premieres. It is also in stark contrast to the years of anti-competitive friction that existed between Amazon and Google before the companies reached an agreement earlier this year that they would bring their video streaming apps to each other's platforms – a decision that has already come Prime Video on Chromecast and Android TV.
Source: Amazon via SlashGear