Firefox will no longer support Amazon’s Fire TV or Echo Show devices on April 30th – The Verge1 min read

Firefox will no longer support Amazon Fire TELEVISION or Echo Show devices beginning April 30th, Mozilla announced on Friday (by means of Android Police).
“If you have Firefox set as your default internet browser on Echo Show, you will be redirected to Amazon Silk for web browsing starting April 30, 2021.”
Mozilla first brought Firefox to Fire TELEVISION devices in December 2017, offering Fire TELEVISION owners a method to see YouTube in the midst of a bitter feud between Google and Amazon. In July 2019, nevertheless, Google brought the YouTube app back to the Fire TV, providing users one less reason to utilize Firefox.
The Mozilla-made browser initially came to Echo Show devices alongside Amazons Silk web browser with the intro Echo Show 10 in September 2018. Theres still no YouTube app for Echo Show, so the 2 browsers have offered a method to watch YouTube on the Amazon-made clever screens.
Mozilla now suggests using Silk to search the web on Fire TV and Echo show gadgets.

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