Amazon Prime Video comes to Apple TV at last

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Amazon Prime Video comes to Apple TV at last

As we didn't have access to an Apple TV at the time of writing, we cannot confirm whether it has rolled out officially.

Amazon does not currently offer Apple TV hardware, but some suspect that may change now that Apple is supporting Amazon's video app. Gogole's own Chromecast does not support Amazon Video. The integration, first announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's Worldwide Developer Conference in June, ends a long dispute between the two tech giants. It wasn't until relatively recently at WWDC 2017 when Apple and Amazon belatedly said they had reached an agreement to develop a dedicated tvOS app for the Apple TV.

Non-Prime content, while searchable, cannot be bought through the app, but can be linked to your Amazon account for viewing through it.

In retaliation, Amazon pulled the Apple TV set top box from sale, and it's still absent at the time of writing.

To date, Amazon's video service has not been available on Apple TV, unlike other popular third-party services such as Netflix and Hulu.

With Prime Video joining Apple TV's catalogue of streaming services, consumers will now have one more reason to purchase the Cupertino giant's entertainment box.

Apple is also adding support for live sports, with participation from ESPN, the National Basketball Association, and Turner Sports.

The Apple TV platform now supports Amazon Prime Video, thanks to a just-launched app.

While Amazon appears to be patching things up with one of its rivals, another feud is building elsewhere.

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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