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Google’s Chromecast and the Apple TV are back on Amazon, two years after the retail giant removed the streaming products from its online store.

As noted by CNET, Apple TV and Apple TV 4K models have reappeared on Amazon, as have Google Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra. All the products show up as unavailable right now, and Amazon wouldn’t say when that would change.

An Amazon spokeswoman confirmed that “we are assorting Apple TV and Chromecast,” but wouldn’t give any details beyond that.

Apple, Google and Amazon have been sparring over their respective streaming devices in recent years. Amazon pulled Apple TV and Chromecast from its online store back in 2015 because the devices didn’t work well with the Prime Video streaming service.

The tensions began to cool earlier this year, when Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the integration between Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June. Then earlier this month, the streaming service went live on Apple TV.

But there is still work to be done with Google. Google pulled YouTube off the Echo Show — for the second time — and Amazon Fire TV devices earlier this month. Google cited a “lack of reciprocity” from Amazon and refusal to sell Google products as reasons for the decision. Google at the time expressed hope that the two sides could come to an agreement, and today’s move by Amazon might put a resolution in motion.

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