Amazon gives Apple TV and Google Chromecast the finger | Cult of Mac
Amazon gives Apple TV and Google Chromecast the finger | Cult of Mac The most popular online retailer in the world, Amazon, is using its e-commerce powers to put the hurt on Apple and Google’s streaming devices in order to prop-up the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV stick.
Amazon Prime streaming TV works better than any of the other services I've tried. I don't think it needs propping up at all. In fact, some of the other services should think about using Amazon's content delivery network because it's clearly in a class all it's own. Without the network, H.264 is basically useless for streaming. Unless you like that buffering screen.
I'm using mine on a Google Nexus 7 tablet.
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