Amazon might be working on single sign-on support for Fire TV


If you enjoy watching streaming services from your TV provider, you’re going to love this: Amazon is likely considering introducing single sign-on (SSO) to its Fire TV service. SSO is pretty sweet. Essentially, it allows you to store credentials for these premium content services (like those offered by Dish, DirectTV, and Sling TV), and access them across compatible devices without having to type in your password again. Apple introduced it last year. And now it’s Amazon’s turn – maybe. Per AFTVNews, the latest 5.2.4.1 software update for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick includes OTTSSO libraries. This is…

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