Google has at long last launched its popular YouTube TV application for tvOS.
YouTube TV for tvOS is available – from the App Store – for the fourth- and fifth-generation model of the Apple TV in supported regions in the United States, including Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Washington, D.C.
Priced at $35 for a one-month subscription, YouTube TV offers customers instant access to both live and on-demand content from ABC, AMC (good news for The Walking Dead fans) CBS, Disney, Fox, FX, NBC, Syfy and a handful of other premium channels.
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While access to YouTube TV is restricted to the United States at present, there have been rumours bandied about claiming that it’ll debut in other regions in the not-too-distant future – though we’re still yet to hear anything concrete from the horse’s mouth.
YouTube TV has attracted more than 300,000 subscribers since launching back in 2017, according to a recent report. Some experts have predicted that it will overtake Hulu with Live TV, which is thought to have around 450,000 customers, before the year’s out.
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