Firefox Is Now Available On Amazon’s Fire TV, Bringing YouTube Access With It
Posted by BeauHD on 22nd December 2017
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Mozilla has announced that its Firefox web browser is now available on all Fire TV devices. While navigating web browsers on televisions isn’t the most user-friendly experience, it could be the only way users can access YouTube. Earlier this month, Google pulled YouTube off the Fire TV and Echo Show since Amazon stopped selling several Google products. TechRadar reports: Though there’s no explicit ‘hey, this is a convenient workaround’ section in Mozilla’s announcement of the news, there is a section of the blog post which states that users can “go to YouTube and other sites directly from the Firefox for Fire TV home screen” and another which promises access to videos from “YouTube and other popular sites.” While the companies are currently in talks to resolve their disagreements, Google’s threat to pull YouTube access from the Fire TV line on January 1, 2018, is still hanging over Amazon. This threat is, however, now carries slightly less menace if Firefox browser access remains a workaround.

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