Saturday, December 16, 2017

Amazon to start offering Apple TV and Google Chromecast once more

It's been a long time since Amazon evacuated the Apple TV and Google Chromecast from its store to "maintain a strategic distance from client perplexity."




Amazon will again start offering the Apple TV and Google Chromecast, following two years back expelling the items that rival its own Fire TV. 

"I can affirm that we are grouping Apple TV and Chromecast," an Amazon representative told CNET on Thursday, offering no additional data. 

Amazon is presently posting two variants of the Apple TV 4K, and also the Google Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra. The items are not yet accessible available to be purchased, but rather ought to be without further ado, Amazon said. 

At the point when Amazon expelled the items two years prior, the organization asserted it needed to "maintain a strategic distance from client disarray." Amazon additionally doesn't offer Google-possessed Nest indoor regulator or security items. 

Google and Amazon have been in an open argument about the issue, that brought about Google evacuating its YouTube application and site from the Amazon Fire TV and Echo Show. 

"Google is setting a disillusioning point of reference by specifically blocking client access to an open site. We plan to determine this with Google at the earliest opportunity," an Amazon representative revealed to ZDNet a week ago after Google dropped YouTube from its gadgets. 

It would seem that YouTube may return. Google told ZDNet on Thursday: "We are in profitable talks with Amazon to achieve an understanding for the advantage of our common clients. We trust we can achieve a consent to determine these issues soon."




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