Amazon Music Black Friday Deal that gives you three months for 99p

BlueBorne Vulnerability Also Affects 20Mil Amazon Echo and Google Home Devices

BlueBorne Vulnerability Also Affects 20Mil Amazon Echo and Google Home Devices

However, Amazon seems to be raising the white flag by adding the Chromecast support into its Prime Music app.

Google revamps its Google Home device.

Amazon is gearing up to aggressively pursue the Black Friday deals starting by slashing access to three months of its Music Unlimited service to 99p. Thanks to that new support, Android users are able to cast the Amazon Music content to any device that supports Google Cast, including the venerable Chromecast itself. Not all Android users had the ability to connect Amazon Music to a Chromecast at that point, but now it appears the new feature is official.

Users with access to the feature say they can use it to stream content on any Cast-enabled device, not just Chromecast. The app was last updated November 13, 2017.

There's a cold war happening between Amazon and Google. Maybe hell will freeze over when Google Home adds native support for Amazon Music as a music provider... or when the Echo lets you choose Play Music as a default provider. The two companies have butted heads in the past, the conflict going back as far as two years ago when Amazon removed all Chromecasts from its store.

Basically Amazon's answer to Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited came to the United Kingdom a year ago offers over 40 million songs to stream on multiple devices, including the company's own Echo speakers. The US-based e-commerce giant stopped listing and selling Chromecast devices through its website and wasn't integrating Chromecast support in its music and video streaming apps. Google has removed YouTube support from other streaming devices in the past, and often those conflicts surround ads either not playing or being removed during playback on those third-party devices.