Online video service has released its first native set-top box app with the launch of an Amazon Fire TV version. launched back in March with curated channels of continuous Web video content presented through a familiar TV guide-like interface. For instance, a top music program collects YouTube and Vevo music videos from the latest chart-toppers and then plays them as a single program. While the startup already supported Google’s Chromecast, this is the first time it has ventured into the connected TV space. Bringing onto actual TV sets will pose an interesting challenge for the service. Much…

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