Cord-cutters are probably the type of people to find YouTube TV highly appealing, especially if it lets them abandon traditional cable services, which are often very costly because they're bundled with services most users don't even need.
Since the debut of YouTube TV back in April 2018, Google's live TV service has been met with mixed reviews.
Alphabet Inc's Google extended its YouTube Go video app, designed for emerging markets where consumers may have cheaper phones and limited Internet access, to more than 115 additional countries on Thursday, the company said. You can also download the videos offline and then share them to other users nearby without having to spend data.
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Besides being available on the Apple App Store, the YouTube TV app has also become available for select Roku devices.
YouTube TV has been added to the majority of Roku products including Roku TVs, Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Streaming Stick (3800x, 3600x), Roku Express/Express+. The U.S. -only service costs $35 per month and is now available on a range of platforms including iOS, Android and certain smart TV sets. This includes ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, Disney Channel, ESPN, FX and Telemundo, among others.
Unfortunately, YouTube TV is not available in all regions of the USA.
Users should know that YouTube TV features over 40 channels while also including live news and sports.
You can download the official app here!