The FIFA World Cup concluded this weekend, and if you are a YouTube TV subscriber who experienced issues while trying to stream the global event, you were not alone. Interruptions were experienced by subscribers, later confirmed to be an outage. This is the first time Google’s YouTube TV service has experienced any kind of outage for its users, though it didn’t last long.
We report on YouTube TV quite often, but this time we’re not about to talk about another coverage expansion (though that could also happen soon). Google is pushing an update to the service with a voice remote function so users can search and change the volume using their voice.
It has been a few months since the last expansion, but Google’s YouTube TV service is going live in new markets this week.
If you’re a subscriber of Google’s affordable YouTube TV service, this week’s news is sure to bring a smile to your face. The YouTube team recently announced support for new networks namely the ‘Turner Networks” including TNT, Adult Swim, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, truTV, Turner Classic Movies, and many more.
YouTube TV has come a long way since its beginning, and now it’s available on select Roku smart devices for the wireless streaming of your favorite video content.
YouTube TV is Google’s affordable TV platform priced at just $35 per month. It’s available in dozens of large cities and popular regions, and now it works as a native app across all your devices. Meet the YouTube TV app, now available for your Android TV.
How cool would it be if you could control what’s playing on your living room TV using a voice command to the Google Home in your kitchen? Now you can.
Google is taking YouTube TV will all seriousness, and you should too. The service gets better every week with an enlarged selection of today’s most popular television providers all for just $35 a month.