The Google-Amazon spat has left more customers caught in the crossfire

Echo Show loses You Tube support Fire TV will soon follow

However, a couple of weeks ago, the YouTube app returned to Echo Show - a signal that seemed to indicate all was well between the companies.

Amazon claimed at the time that Google's decision to pull YouTube from Echo Show came "without explanation and without notification to customers".

Google and Amazon have been in a petty argument for a long, long time over various services: Amazon and Google see each other as competitors when it comes to selling you music, movies, and apps, so they do little spiteful things to each other.

Amazon's solution was largely a case of having the Show display YouTube as if it were on a desktop browser, which was far from ideal, but it seemed to make everyone happy until a better solution could be developed. You can't play Google Music through your Echo or Amazon Music through your Google Home, for example, and until recently, Amazon Prime Video didn't have an official Android app.

Google has taken a swipe at Amazon by pulling its hugely popular YouTube service from Amazon's Echo and Fire streaming devices. Today, Amazon doesn't carry Google products like Chromecast and Google Home and it doesn't make Prime Video available to Google Cast users. That's the situation Fire TV owners find themselves in, thanks to an ongoing feud between Amazon and Google.

The move is the latest in the ongoing clash between Google and Amazon over their respective streaming media services. This means you will no longer be able to buy Nest products on Amazon soon. In other words, the removal was clearly a coded message to Google to back down on its Terms of Service enforcements regarding YouTube.

According to the data from research firm eMarketer, Amazon's voice-controlled devices have been outsold Google's devices.

"It's all very unfortunate for consumers, who will have little understanding of the commercial tensions between the two companies".

Google and Amazon are so not cool with each other right now.

Amazon and Apple have been in a similar brawl since 2015 stemming from the site kicking out the Apple TV from its listings. The "lack of reciprocity" led Google to kill YouTube on Amazon's products.

Both companies should reach at an agreement and resolve these issues to avoid inconvenience to consumers. "We hope to resolve this with Google as soon as possible".

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