Posts Tagged ‘Fire TV’

It’s taken a year and a half, but Google is now allowing YouTube to be used on Amazon Fire TV devices again. Presumably as part of the deal, Amazon Prime Video is also now launching support for Chromecast as well as Android TV devices.

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Good news for Amazon Fire TV users, with the news that YouTube is finally returning to the product. Amazon Prime Video will also be going the other way, with support for Chromecast being added while also becoming more widely available for those who use Android TV.

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Amazon could launch a free video news app for its Fire TV range according to a new report. Here are the details.

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Amazon has confirmed that a new update, rolled out to the Fire TV Cube devices, allows users to control apps with their voice rather than having to reach for the control.

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How to install Kodi VPN addon on Fire TV Stick or Android 2018 for free on version 17 or 17.6 Krypton. No root is required on the device for this to work.

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Here’s how to speed up your Amazon Fire TV Stick for better performance using these tips in the guide posted here.

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Here’s how to unblock, watch and play YouTube content on Amazon Fire TV and Echo Show, well sort of anyway.

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Is Kodi Fire TV Guru build not working for you? Here’s how you can download and install it the right way.

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Amazon is getting ready to announce not just one, but two new Fire TV devices in 2017 according to a new report.

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You can now download Kodi 17.2 update with fix for subtitle zip security flaw. Here are the details on the release.

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Here’s how to start Kodi on boot automatically on an Android, Android TV or a Fire TV / Fire TV Stick based device running 17 / 17.1 Krypton.

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The first Alexa-powered Amazon Fire TV Edition 4K LED TVs are now available to pre-order over starting at $450. Here are the details.

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