When it comes to "cutting the cord," Google and the YouTube team have one of the more well-received options with YouTube TV. However, one of the features missing from the option has been 4K playback. That is changing with the newest bundle for the service.
If you prefer to subscribe to third-party services directly through the App Store, and you happen to subscribe to YouTube TV, there's a bit of a change coming next month.
After reading our commentary on avoiding App Store subscription fatigue, I felt like I could tighten the belt as well. I have a lot of software, streaming, and entertainment subscriptions to help keep my ear to the ground for the site.
Being in the streaming-know comes with the territory, but for normal consumers, picking a few quality digital subscriptions is most important. As a new year clicked over, taking stock in my monthly cash outflow was important to re-adjust budgeting. Cancelling subscription service dollars is important for a healthier budget.
Following Hulu, Directv NOW and other streaming services, YouTube TV announced today that it will be increasing its price to $50 per month, and $55 per month for customers billed through Apple. That's a significant hike, considering the original YouTube TV plan cost just $35 per month.
Google is finally addressing one of the biggest complaints about its YouTube TV over-the-top (OTT) video streaming service. In doing so, subscribers are going to see far fewer ads.
Any list of the best Google apps is subjective, of course. Nonetheless, we'll give it a try. Here are the seven of the best Google apps on the App Store. Why should you care? Google's one of the largest companies in the world and its apps and services are typically compatible across multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows.
As promised earlier today, Google's over-the-top video streaming app YouTube TV is now available on your fourth-generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K.
Google will soon release a dedicated YouTube TV app for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV, coming about a year following the app's debut on iOS, Android and the web.
Google has confirmed that the official apps for its over-the-top YouTube TV service for Apple TV, Roku and older Smart TVs have been delayed until the first quarter of next year.
Announced a month ago, Google's live TV streaming bundle launched today in five U.S. markets. Named YouTube TV, it's available in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and Chicago.
YouTube TV gives you access to live TV streaming from Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC and popular cable networks along with content from 39 other local broadcast networks and channels like ESPN, in exchange for $35 per month.