The Google, Apple, and Amazon mobile apps for Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV will all be available in Google Play for free starting in September, Google said Tuesday.
Google’s move came after Facebook announced it will not sell Google Play apps in its stores for the time being.
Apple said its apps will remain available on the Apple App Store for Android, iOS, and macOS.
Amazon said it will continue to sell Amazon apps on the App Store, but Google Play will not be available to use in those platforms.
Google has been a pioneer in the mobile market and is the No. 1 player with over 60 million apps in Google’s Play Store, according to the company.
Google Play will also support apps for the Amazon Fire smartphone, the Amazon Echo smart speaker, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Go, and many other devices, Amazon said in a blog post.