How To Watch YouTube On Fire TV And Fire TV Stick? (Firefox Workaround)

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Things haven’t been all-great between Amazon and Google for the past couple of month. Recently, Google announced its plans to remove its popular YouTube app from Amazon Fire TV streaming devices and Amazon Show. This came as a bad news for Amazon device users who used YouTube as their one-stop destination to enjoy a free and hassle-free video experience.

In case you’re wondering about any workaround to watch YouTube on Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, look no further as the solution has arrived in the form of Firefox for Fire TV.

On its web page for the Firefox app, Mozilla has written that users can launch popular video websites like YouTube on Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The app even has a shortcut to YouTube on its home screen.

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How to install Firefox on Fire TV to watch YouTube?

Using the steps mentioned below, you can solve the “YouTube not available on Fire TV problem.” Take a look:

Method 1: From Fire TV or Fire TV Stick

  1. Open home screen of Fire TV and select search icon at the top.
  2. Search for “Firefox.”
  3. You can also use your voice-enabled remote and say “Firefox” for searching.
  4. Select “Firefox for Fire TV” and press on “Get” button to complete the installation.

Method 2: From Amazon.com

  1. Open Amazon.com and sign in.
  2. Select Apps and Games from drop-down menu at the top and search for “Firefox”
  3. From search results, select “Firefox for Fire TV”
  4. Make sure that your device is selected on the “Deliver to” option on the right.
  5. Use “Get” option to automatically install the app and watch YouTube on Fire TV.

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Adarsh Verma

Adarsh Verma

Fossbytes co-founder and an aspiring entrepreneur who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and security. Get in touch with him by sending an email — [email protected]
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