Amazon's free ad-supported streaming service, IMDb TV, and its music streaming service, Amazon Music, are now both available on Google's TV platforms; Android TV and Google TV.
Amazon partners with Google
After years of disagreement, the two mega corporations are friends again. The latest step is to bring Amazon Music and IMDb TV to Google's TV operating system.
The IMDb TV app can now be downloaded on Android TV device as well as Chromecast with Google TV. IMDb TV is a free ad-supported video streaming service that competes with The Roku Channel, Pluto TV, Tubi, and others. It also recently came to Roku and Xbox, in addition to Amazon FireTV.
IMDb TV on Android TV
The Amazon Music app has also been released for Android TV and Chromecast with Google TV in the US, UK, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, India, Japan, and Australia. The music streaming service competes with Apple Music, Spotify and of course Google's own services. The app provides access to the full music library, playlists, curated lists, and more.
The Amazon Music app can be found here and IMDb TV here.