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Apple and Amazon – Business Partners Again at Last

Just a few years ago, Amazon banned sales of Apple TV on its site. This was communicated to Amazon marketplace seller via an email that also banned Chromecast which is Google’s video-streaming device. The reason according to an Amazon spokeswoman, was due to the face that Amazon’s Prime Video service was not readily available on Apple TV or Google devices.

Now it would seem Apple and Amazon have worked things out and the Amazon Prime video app will now be available on Apple TV.  News of this will be presented by Apple at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June.

The Amazon Prime video app will be available on Apple TV this summer and Amazon will be selling Apple TV set-top boxes again.

No work on Google Chromecast and Amazon yet. Stay tuned.

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