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Apple TV Will Now Feature the YouTube TV App


On February 1st, YouTube teased the new YouTube TV app, stating that it is now available on all Apple TVs. If you own an Apple TV, you can now download the YouTube TV app from the App Store. The new YouTube TV app would be right on time if we were to think of the Super Bowl LII. It will occur on Sunday, February 4th.

The live streaming service of YouTube has introduced again in April 2017. This service is meant to compete with other TV services like Playstation Vue, DirecTV Now, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and many other services. All these are already available on the fifth and fourth-generation Apple TV models.

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The YouTube Tv App is now available for Apple TVs

YouTube offers another good news, indicating that it has expanded to Roku devices. The main purpose might be to attract new subscribers who are anxious to see the Super Bowl this weekend. This YouTube service grants access for its subscribers to television shows on the USA, FX, ESPN, Disney, the CW, NBC, Fox, CBS, ABC and a lot more channels.

Users should know that YouTube TV features over 40 channels while also including live news and sports. The service it is priced at $35 per month, offering unlimited DVR storage space. Furthermore, it allows subscribers to access their shows from any location in the United States. The service also includes content from the YouTube Red service which costs $9.99 per month.

Summing up

The new YouTube TV app will bring the fun on your Apple TV, featuring more than 40 channels. Subscribers will be able to watch the Super Bowl this weekend by using the new app. Furthermore, the YouTube TV service is now available for Roku devices as well.

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