Amazon is reportedly teaming up with GrubHub to bring its video-streaming app to the Amazon FireTV platform.
The company’s latest acquisition comes after Amazon announced a deal to acquire video-and-music service Rdio last year.
GrubHQ is a video-on-demand service that allows customers to listen to music, play games, watch movies and more.
It has a wide range of subscription options, and customers can pay a monthly fee to access a large library of video-based content.
While Amazon has not said whether GrubHD will be joining the FireTV lineup, the app has a similar feel to its iOS and Android app.
In addition to being able to access videos and music from the web, the company also recently added a “library” mode to the app that lets customers listen to and record music from their device.
The app was released last year, and Grub HD is one of the many apps that are still available for purchase on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
As for the new deal, Amazon has already agreed to acquire Grub HQ.
“This acquisition of Grub has the potential to significantly accelerate our growth and continue to deliver great value for customers across our business,” Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, said in a statement.