Amazon Prime Video finally reaches Apple TV

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Amazon Prime Video finally reaches Apple TV

Apple TV lets customers stream content from services like HBO Go, Netflix, and around 50 other partners, but Amazon and Apple couldn't reach an agreement. The online retailer stopped selling Apple TV in 2015 after the two companies disagreed on how to split revenue from Amazon's iOS app.

In retaliation, Amazon pulled the Apple TV set top box from sale, and it's still absent at the time of writing. Apart from movies and TV shows include Amazon Originals, Prime Video offers a wide catalogue of regional content in India.

Will you be taking advantage of the new Amazon Prime Video app for Apple TV?

Amazon's streaming video service is now accessible via Apple TV.

It was initially expected to become available sometime this summer.

With Amazon finally relenting on its years-long holdout, it seems the company may be finally realizing it needs support from partners like Apple if its streaming video service is going to thrive.

You can also browse by sports and view previous games.

Thursday Night Football will be available starting tomorrow on the Apple TV app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, the firm noted.

Around six months after it was first promised to be coming "later this year" by Tim Cook, the Amazon Prime Video app has finally arrived on the Apple TV.

'The Sports tab in the Apple TV app makes it even easier for fans in the U.S. to track the teams, games, and moments that are important to them.

Google suggested in a statement that the move is due to Amazon not carrying Google products like Chromecast or Nest in its storefront.

Google is setting a disappointing precedent by selectively blocking customer access to an open website.

YouTube will stop working on Fire TV as of January 1 unless the two firms make amends in the next few weeks.

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