CNET's report also noted there are now five streaming devices from Apple and Google back on Amazon, including the Apple TV, two versions of Apple TV 4K, plus Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra. As you might have heard, previously Amazon made a decision to stop selling the Google Chromecast and the Apple TV, but now it looks like Amazon has chose to start selling them again.
The said products, however, continue to show as "Currently unavailable" on their respective pages though at least there are there on Amazon's retail site. Both apps had been built without Google's input or knowledge, ultimately leading the company to pull YouTube entirely from Amazon's hardware lineup, including Fire TV.
The recent Google Chromecast listing could be a way to ease tensions between the tech giants. It intensified this fall, when Google began to block YouTube on Amazon's new Echo Show smart speaker with built-in display - a move that was ostensibly about Amazon violating YouTube's terms of service.
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Also, while none of the companies seem ready to admit but the feud between Apple, Google and Amazon can be seen to run deeper than being just competitors. At the time, Google publicly blamed the spat on Amazon refusing to sell Google devices on its store.
Amazon and Google in particular have always been rivals in the streaming TV service. We've reached out to Amazon for more and will update this post when we hear back. "We hope we can reach an agreement to resolve these issues soon", a Google spokesperson told Reuters.