There's no warmest connection between Google and Amazon, but they've been patching stuff up lately. In July, Amazon restored YouTube assistance on its Fire TV platform, while Google allowed Amazon Prime to stream video via Chromecast phones.

YouTube TV is accessible on Amazon's Fire TV platform in the recent growth, which means that consumers can stream live TV and use an infinite cloud-based DVR. YouTube TV is aimed, like many others, at replacing traditional cable TV systems. Over 70 live TV channels, including both local broadcast stations and famous cable networks, and on-demand programming, are available for $50 per month.

Amazon promotes the software on the Fire TV Stick 2nd generation, Fire TV Stick 4 K and Fire TV Cube starting today. Fire TV Edition smart TVs are also compliant, including all versions of Toshiba, Insignia, Element and Westinghouse.

Some newer versions of Fire TV will also operate the software, including the Fire TV Cube 1st generation, Fire TV 2nd generation, and Fire TV Pendant 3rd generation. Fire TV Stick 1st generation and Fire TV consumers are out of luck, however.

YouTube TV is not the only live TV service on Fire TV. For some moment now, free applications such as Pluto TV and Red Bull TV as well as subscription services such as PlayStation Vue and Philo have been accessible.

There are also live sports and film broadcasts in Amazon's own Prime Video Channels. The firm lately introduced a Live TV tab to its Fire TV interface, which for easy browsing consolidates all related live services into a unified user interface.