It would be really helpful to have a radio button in settings to allow syncing my Fire TV apps across all of my Fire TV sticks, cubes, etc. To further explain what I mean is if I add or delete an app on one device it would automatically do the same to all my other Fire TV devices. If there is one of your devices which you do not want to sync all the apps to (for instance if there is a parental control issue, or a guest Fire TV you don't won't to allow some apps to) you would simply not turn the sync radio button on for that device.
I couldn't find a place to make this suggestion so I am doing so here.
Unfortunately, the Amazon devices do not have a master Fire Stick hub type device. Even the Recast does not communicate directly with the other Fire devices and passes its signal to the WIFI router to be sent to the various Fire devices. The Amazon network of devices do not communicate with each other and until that happens each Fire device you add to your home network must be initialized without consideration that you loaded that application on an earlier Fire device. A change of this magnitude would be a significant effort and with my limited networking knowledge might even require a separate subnet to your home network. For ease of use and minimum customer disruption I would not expect to see this capability with the current hardware suite. One other possibility would be for a 3rd party to develop a routine to read the Fire Stick data into a computer and then populate a new stick with the previously downloaded data. With the maturity of the internet of things, it might make sense for Amazon to piggy back on that technology moving forward.
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