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Amazon Fire TV Users Can't Access to YouTube From Now

Google announced it would remove support for YouTube on Fire TV devices on Jan 1, 2018. However, Amazon Fire TV users can't access to YouTube from now. Why does Google disconnect the YouTube support from Amazon's Fire TV 4 days early? Read the following contents for more details. Besides that, you can also get top app rank boosting service here. 

Amazon and Google have butted heads quite a bit in recent years. Earlier this month, Google said it would pull support for YouTube on the Echo Show and Amazon Fire TV devices due to the fact that Amazon refuses to carry Google products or make Prime Video available on Google Cast and has implemented what amount to hacked versions of YouTube on the Echo Show and Fire TV devices. 

Shortly after that announcement, Amazon said it would be bringing Chromecast back to its retail lineup, which suggested a potential reconciliation between the two giants. But last week, Amazon added Firefox and its own Silk browser to all Fire TV devices, through which users can get to YouTube once Google pulls its app support, and reports surfaced that the company had filed multiple trademark requests for what appear to be rival YouTube sites — the less than charmingly named Amazontube and Opentube.

It appears that not every Fire TV user is getting the same redirect, however. Cord Cutter News reports that if you don't have Silk or Firefox installed, you’re still able to get to the YouTube app. And says that if you keep your device from updating to the new version of YouTube or sideload the older version, you can still access the app.

Google doesn't give any official respond until now. Keep your eyes here for more related news. What's more, you can also get the professional app store optimization guides and services that can get your app rank into top 1 of app store effectively. You deserve the best app store optimization services here. 

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