It's about to be a lot easier to use YouTube's TV streaming service.
YouTube has announced a new YouTube TV app for big screens. Like the mobile app, the interface is largely divided up into three tabs for navigation: library, home, and live.
The app comes with a personalized "home" feed that combines live TV recommendations with DVR recordings into a single feed meant to be tailored to your interests.More news: Galaxy S9 Design: Samsung Realizes It Needs To Revamp The Rear Panel
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YouTube TV, which launched in April, offers access to live TV from more than 40 networks. As you may already know, you could enjoy YouTube TV on your smartphone, desktop, or through casting.
The service features a "skinny" bundle of broadcast and cable channels at a more accessible price point than larger, traditional pay-TV bundles. The app is going to be rolled out in the next few days.
The design looks interesting and simplistic so that more and more users can understand it though we are missing the support for the PS4.
Like on mobile, background play will allow users to browse listings without pausing, while users will be able to pick up where they were on other devices on the big screen. There's now no set release date, but Google says YouTube TV on Xbox One and other devices will land in "the next few days".