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Amazon Fire TV Owners Can Now Visit Websites Using Firefox and Silk

fire-tv-dongle-4k-hdr-alexa-100pxJust announced today, Amazon Fire TV owners can now browse the internet using Mozilla Firefox and Amazon Silk browsers. The initial launch makes the feature available on all Amazon Fire TV devices in over 100 countries and territories.

“With full web browsers on Fire TV, our customers’ entertainment and information options are greatly expanded. We want to make it easy for customers to access the Web from the comfort of their couch,” said Marc Whitten, vice president, Amazon Fire TV and Appstore.

“Bringing Firefox to Fire TV is an exciting new way to reach our users and serve up more of the full web to everyone,” said Mark Mayo, Sr. Vice President of Firefox.

Within internet browsers Amazon Fire TV owners can access popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Reddit, and Twitter, as well as virtually every website on the internet.

Also Read: Amazon Gives $7 Digital Movie Credit To Customers

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