YouTube TV service lands on Apple TV and Roku

YouTube TV service lands on Apple TV and Roku
Google's YouTube TV service is not yet available across all the United States, but that doesn't prevent the search giant to make accessible from many devices.

Earlier this week, YouTube TV service went live on a few other platforms that pretty popular in the US: Apple TV and Roku. It's been less than one year since the service was launched and it's already available on Android, iOS, PC, Xbox One and Android TV, in addition to the two platforms announced today. Also, if you own an LG or Samsung smart TV, you'll be able to access the service as well.

Of course, in order to benefit from all the advantages offered by YouTube TV, you'll have to pay a $35 per month subscription. The service lets you access around 40 channels, including ABC, CBS, Fox, NBS, ESPN, AMC, FX, USA and many more.

On top of that, if you pay the monthly subscription, you'll be given access to the YouTube Red Originals like Step Up: High Water. Finally, YouTube TV comes with a Cloud DVR feature that gives subscribers unlimited storage space.

source: YouTube TV



1. SanDiegoFreddy

Posts: 47; Member since: Oct 27, 2014

I'll be signing up for this service soon. I was tired of paying for channels I wasn't watching and cut off my service early last year. This is a good option for people that don't need many channels and don't want a cable box.

2. gamehead unregistered

TV is so boring now. It was great in the mid to late 90's/early to mid 00's.

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