With this customers will have access to the World Wide Web including the popular sites such as Facebook, Twitter, news as well as Google’s YouTube.
After Google has pulled out YouTube from the Fire TV, Amazon has announced to roll out the Mozilla Firefox and its own Silk Browser for its Television streaming devices, including the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
With this customers will have access to the World Wide Web including the popular sites such as Facebook, Twitter, news as well as Google’s YouTube. Amazon Fire TV allows users to stream more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes, and tens of thousands of apps, channels and Alexa skills on their television.
To install the Firefox, one will have to select the search icon in the upper left of the Fire TV home and search for the app or you can command Alexa to search. Later, open the “Firefox for Fire TV” page to load the details and press on "Get" button to install.
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The Amazon Silk has been optimized for Fire TV which is available for users from November. Like any other browser, customers can easily discover websites from across the web, launch bookmarks from the curated home screen on Silk, by using remote buttons to navigate individual pages.
Meanwhile, Amazon launched 10.or D smartphone( First Impression ) in India. It is the third smartphone under the brand to be launched in country. The smartphone has been launched at Rs 4,999 for a 2 GB model and Rs 5,999 for a 3 GB version. The smartphone will be available for sale starting January 5.
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