YouTube TV streaming service finally arrives on Apple TV and Roku

YouTube TV streaming service finally arrives on Apple TV and Roku

YouTube TV streaming service finally arrives on Apple TV and Roku

While YouTube's Go app may not be available for Apple devices just yet, Apple TV users will at least be able to access YouTube's streaming live TV service now.

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Compatible Devices: It runs on 4th-Gen Apple TV and Apple TV 4K, while the Roku TV list includes the Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express/ Express+, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku 4, Roku 3, and Roku 2.

Last year, YouTube launched YouTube TV, giving people in a few select markets the freedom to watch live TV through its platform beyond the content that it already live-streams. The announcement comes after the app's previously delayed launch for the Apple TV back in December.

YouTube TV now lags behind competitors like SlingTV, DirecTV, and Hulu with live TV in terms of subscribers.

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Roku captures about 23 percent of connected-TV users, according to an October report from research firm eMarketer.

The cable-cutter TV streaming service starts at $35 per month with no strings attached. "YouTube is a target-rich environment for any disinformation campaign - Russian or otherwise - that represents a long-term, next-generation challenge", Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) told the New York Times. Today YouTube TV, which is available in nearly 100 different metro areas, has been made available on both Roku and Apple TV. Apple TV is more expensive but still highly recommended for its polish and raft of capabilities.

If you're an existing user of the service, you can simply navigate to the tvOS App Store and download the app at no charge.

YouTube TV offers quite a bit of content for those looking to cut the cord.

The service offers 52 channels including Fox News, MSNBC, ESPN, Bravo, National Geographic, FX, and United States of America to name a few for a flat fee of $35 a month with no contract. This is definitely a plus for anyone who uses the YouTube TV app and owns an Apple TV.

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