Amazon and Google are sharing a cordial relation. Recently, Google has stopped YouTube service in Amazon Echo Show. If you ask the smart speaker to access YouTube, then Alexa says “Currently, Google is not supporting YouTube on Echo Show.”
In a statement, Amazon said: "As of this afternoon, Google has chosen to no longer make YouTube available on Echo Show, without explanation and without notification to customers. There is no technical reason for that decision, which is disappointing and hurts both of our customers."
Google said: "We've been in negotiations with Amazon for a long time, working towards an agreement that provides great experiences for customers on both platforms. Amazon's implementation of YouTube on the Echo Show violates our terms of service, creating a broken user experience. We hope to be able to reach an agreement and resolve these issues soon."
In the past, Google had similar strife with Microsoft also. The Echo Show ran the YouTube videos with the important features, whether it was the video recommendations or channel subscriptions.
The Echo Show was recently launched in June, it is equipped with a touchscreen and answers by a voice command. Many customers are affected by this step taken by Google.