Amazon truly is by all accounts attempting to get once more into Google’s great graces after a spat that to a great extent began with the expulsion of YouTube from the Amazon Echo Show.
Presently, apparently as a component of that exertion, there’s currently (at long last) an Amazon Prime Video application accessible for Android TV.
In any case, there’s a catch, as Android Police found. You can’t really utilize the administration right now with numerous Android TV-perfect gadgets, as Amazon hasn’t refreshed the similarity list.
In the event that you endeavor to introduce it, at the end of the day, you’ll likely simply observe an extensive rundown of gadgets it’s not good with. So far nobody’s discovered a gadget it really works with.
Truth be told, the issue even stretches out to gadgets like the Nvidia Shield TV, which very incorporates the Amazon Prime application in its firmware (as was a method for working around the Prime Video application’s long nonappearance from the Play Store for Android TV gadgets).
Whatever. Ideally, it’s a minor specialized thing that could be settled in two or three hours. In any event it’s a positive development that will at last advantage us on the client side of things.
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Now, the most intriguing part of this contention is perceiving how far Google feels like Amazon needs to go before all wrongs are made right.
Amazon officially declared that it would begin offering the Chromecast once more (in spite of the fact that it presently can’t seem to really show up on the site) and the expansion of Prime Video to Android TV is a critical change (in spite of the fact that it’s as yet not accessible on the Chromecast).
It’s likewise worth thinking about to what extent this pleasant seasonal joy will last, as just yesterday Amazon was found documenting trademarks for what resembles a YouTube contender called “Amazontube.” Hopefully, that is all behind us now.