The move is the latest in the ongoing clash between Google and Amazon over their respective streaming media services. YouTube was restored, and users breathed a sigh of relief.
In September this year, Google removed YouTube access from the new Echo Show for "violating terms of service".
Google said in a statement, "Amazon doesn't carry Google products like Chromecast and Google Home, doesn't make (its) Prime Video available for Google Cast users, and last month stopped selling some of (our sister company) Nest's latest products".
Originally, Google pulled YouTube from Amazon's Echo Show device, citing that it gave users a "broken experience" of the search giant's platform.
Both companies should reach at an agreement and resolve these issues to avoid inconvenience to consumers.
The stakes are high: many in the technology industry expect that interacting with computers by voice will become widespread, and it is unclear if Amazon, Google or another company will dominate the space.
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Now, with the feud with Google, Amazon is making its intentions known: the retail giant is making no bones about its future and plans that include a takeover of the consumer reatail space.
Of course, Google is taking this quite personally and has blocked Amazon from implementing Alexa commands into its YouTube app due to a violation to the Ts & Cs. Customers who own an Fire TV will start seeing a notification today warning them that the service will be unavailable as of January 1st, 2018. Both of them are fighting hard to gain advantage in video and voice assistants.
Further analysis of what might be the underlying issue points to the Amazon devices' use of voice controls. And as of 2016, YouTube controlled about 79 percent of the online video streaming market, according to Statista.
In response, Amazon said Google had set a "disappointing precedent".
One of the primary reasons to own an Echo Show is the ability to watch YouTube videos on the gadget's pint-sized screen.
While Amazon and Apple seem to be getting along, numerous same complaints Google made against Amazon hold true for Apple as well.