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  1. Android News

    YouTube TV's price goes up to $40 per month starting tomorrow

    Today is your last day to get YouTube TV for $35 per month. Tomorrow, the price increases to $40 per month, putting it in line with similar services such as Sony's PS Vue and Hulu's live TV plan.
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    YouTube TV gets TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network, CNN and more

    YouTube TV now has access to a host of new channels from the Turner network, including TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, CNN, Turner Classic Movies and a few others. For sports fans, YouTube is also adding NBA TV and the MLB Network as well. With the changes, the price will increase to $40 per month...
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    YouTube TV expands to Roku devices

    YouTube TV has been expanded to Roku TV sets, sticks, and set top boxes. If you have a recent Roku device, you can now use YouTube TV on it.
  4. Android News

    Hulu Live TV has 450,000 subscribers, while YouTube TV boasts 300,000 subscribers

    After launching last year, Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV now have 450,000 and 300,000 paying subscribers, respectively.
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    YouTube TV won't come to Roku or Apple TV until 2018

    A YouTube representative has confirmed that YouTube TV won't be available on Roku or Apple TV until 2018.
  6. Android News

    YouTube TV v1.11 adds picture-in-picture support

    Those who have access to YouTube TV are getting a nice bonus in the latest build of the app. The new v1.11 update adds picture-in-picture (PiP) support. You will only be able to use it if you're on Android Oreo.
  7. Android News

    YouTube TV app now available for 2016 & 2017 Samsung smart TVs

    YouTube TV's official Twitter account has announced that the YouTube TV app is now available for select Samsung TV models produced in 2016 and 2017.
  8. Android News

    YouTube TV for Android TV now on Google Play

    The YouTube TV app for Android TV has finally been made available on the Google Play Store.
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    Google announces a new standalone YouTube TV app

    Google has announced that it is releasing a brand-new YouTube TV application that is specifically built for TV devices, including the NVIDIA SHIELD, Android TV, and the Xbox One family of devices.
  10. Android News

    Stream YouTube TV using your voice on Google Home

    Google has announced you can now stream YouTube TV using any Google Home device.
  11. Android News

    YouTube TV now available on select Android tablets

    YouTube TV app is now available on select Android tablets.
  12. Android News

    YouTube TV adds support for 8 more markets

    YouTube TV has added support for 8 more markets in the US including Albuquerque, Austin, Birmingham, Greenville, Norfolk, Raleigh, Sacramento, and Portland. The new service now supports 49 markets since it launched in April.
  13. Android News

    YouTube TV Expands to 12 New Markets

    YouTube TV is now available in 12 more markets including Cleveland, Denver, Kansas City, Salt Lake City and Saint Louis.
  14. Android News

    Google expands YouTube TV to 14 new markets

    YouTube TV is now available in 29 markets total. Here is a full list of markets YouTube TV is now available in: Atlanta, GA Baltimore, MD Boston, MA Charlotte, NC Chicago, IL Cincinnati, OH Columbus, OH Dallas-Fort Worth, TX Detroit, MI Houston, TX Jacksonville, FL Las Vegas, NV Los Angeles...
  15. Android News

    YouTube TV is now available in 14 new markets including Boston and Las Vegas

    Google added another 14 markets to its YouTube TV line-up today, growing the total from 15 to 29. This is the second big expansion in just under a month and also since the service first launched.
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    YouTube TV expands to 10 new US markets

    YouTube TV has expanded to 10 new markets and is now available in the following cities: - Washington DC - Phoenix, AZ - Dallas-Fort Worth, TX - Houston, TX - Alabama - Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL - Detroit, MI - Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN - Atlanta, GA - Orlando, FL
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    Google talks about how families can do more with YouTube TV, Google Calendar, Keep and Photos

    Google wants their services to be more and more convenient and a way to do this is by adding in ways for you to share things with the family. A new blog post talks about how to share a family calendar, use lists in Keep for the whole family, and more.
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    YouTube TV just added AMC, BBC America, Sundance TV, We TV, IFC and more to the base package

    Many felt that $35 was too much for YouTube TV due to what channels were being offered but now the base service also comes with AMC, BBC America, Sundance TV, We TV, IFC, Telemundo, and Universo.
  19. Android News

    YouTube TV review says $35 is a bit too much

    Android Authority's review of YouTube TV says $35 is a little too much to ask for an internet TV service that isn't all there yet, noting that your money might be better spent looking into on-demand services instead. Its current lack of availability is also a sour point.
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    Hands-on with YouTube TV says Google is off to a good start

    Google recently launched YouTube TV in select cities, but some feel it doesn't offer enough to be competitive. Android Police went hands-on with the service and thinks YouTube TV could be for those who feel Netflix's library is getting stale.
  21. Android News

    YouTube TV is now available for select markets

    After being announced in February, YouTube TV is now available for everyone to download, provided you live in either New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, or Philadelphia.
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    Comparison between YouTube TV, Playstation Vue, Sling TV, and DirecTV Now

    Google recently announced YouTube TV and many have been wondering how it stacks up against the competition. So Phandroid has a chart that compares the four biggest players in the game - YouTube TV, Playstation Vue, Sling TV, and DirecTV Now - so you can see what is available right now.
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    Google announces YouTube TV a way to stream live TV

    We've seen multiple reports about Google launching a streaming TV service with YouTube and now it's official. It's only available in the US and will be launched later this spring for $35.