Amazon Echo Show regains YouTube access

Amazon and Google seem to have worked out some of their issues. The Echo Show, the version of Amazon’s smart speaker that comes equipped with an integrated display, has regained access to YouTube videos. Google started preventing the device from accessing YouTube back in September; the company said that Amazon’s implementation of YouTube on the device had violated YouTube’s terms of service, which include rules relating to core functionality and branding. In addition to reintroducing YouTube, Amazon has added support for additional video services, including Dailymotion and Vimeo.

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