There has been a break in multi-year feud between Google and Amazon, . Apparently, Amazon is now – which sells Google Chromecast devices on the site. The devices were banned from Amazon back in 2015, when the dealer then decided that only devices that supported Prime Video would be allowed. A year ago, it said it was sorting Chromecast, but it did not stop. Instead, the two companies entered another feud – this time over Amazon's implementation of a YouTube player on the Echo Show.
But now it seems cool down again.
As first discovered by the Android police, Chomecasts are back for sale on Amazon.com.
In particular, Chromecast's $ 35 third generation and $ 69 Chromecast Ultra are available, the report was found.
Amazon refused to give a public statement on the matter, but TechCrunch has confirmed that the Amazon assortment officially includes these two devices ̵
Of course, this leaves some Chromecast users who hope that Google has chosen to support Prime Video – especially because Amazon finally left Apple TV back last year after the two companies buried their own hatchet . However, that is not the case today.
It's a pity that Amazon and Google have not been able to play well since there are consumers who suffer as a result.
Not only for Amazon customers to find one of the most popular streamers on the market, Chromecast's lack of Prime Video means that Fire TV also lacks Google's YouTube TV. Access to these streaming services is an important selling point for media players, and probably an important reason why the more agnostic platform Roku has gone well.