After a stand-off that’s lasted years, Google and Amazon have made peace and assuredly agreed to put their alive apps on each other’s platforms. Yes, that means Prime is coming to Chromecasts, while YouTube will assuredly be accessible on Fire TVs.

The two companies appear today they’d come to a detente. Google will bring the YouTube app to Amazon’s Fire TV accessories and smart TVs, along with YouTube TV and Kids later this year. Amazon, meanwhile, will add Chromecast alive abutment to the Prime Video app. It’s a welcome, if hasty handshake, given the feud amid the two has lasted for years.

Indeed, they seem to be so chummy now they’re almost finishing each other’s sentences. Here’s what Heather Rivera, YouTube‘s Head of Product Partnerships said of the partnership: “We are aflame to work with Amazon to launch the official YouTube apps on Fire TV accessories worldwide. Bringing our flagship YouTube experience to Amazon Fire TV gives our users even more ways to watch the videos and creators they love.”

And this is what Andrew Bennett, Prime Video’s Head of Common Business Development, said: “We’re aflame to bring the Prime Video app to Chromecast and Android TV devices, and to give our barter acceptable access to the shows and movies they love.”

The two companies have historically been rivals in several fields, including voice assistants, cloud technology, and, of course, video. It’s the reason you couldn’t buy a Chromecast on Amazon until a few months ago — and even that acknowledgment appears to have been a difficult one, given there was a year amid when it was promised and when it absolutely happened. Google pulled YouTube from Fire TVs years ago in beef of this snub.

There’s still no word on whether the two will find more common ground. An Amazon agent beneath to animadversion on whether the new affiliation would lead Amazon to start affairs more of its new buddy’s products.

The app crossover will begin “in the coming months.”

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