Today Google released its official update on YouTube TV app which brings the support for AirPlay. As you may now, AirPlay is a product of Apple that allows you to bring wireless streaming videos between devices. All that you need is an Apple TV.
According to an announcement, AirPlay will come with several bug fixes and minor improvements. You can view this information clearly if you read change log for YouTube TV on App Store.
Previously, YouTube TV only allowed to bring the content which was broadcast-ed from the app to a television set through Google’s Chromecast HDMI dongle. Supposing that you would like to enjoy live TV streaming from famous channels like Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, and other well-known cable networks as well as even content from an additional 39 local broadcast networks and channels, notably ESPN, it is not difficult at all. You simply need to pay $35 each month and you are good to go.
Aside from that, you will have to pay an additional monthly charge to access sports channels such as Fox Soccer Plus and premium networks like Showtime. Besides, you can get unlimited storage for DVR at no cost.
More interestingly, you can use up to 6 accounts in a family without needing to share your passwords with the remaining members. Currently, YouTube TV and YouTube Red service do not have anything in common. YouTube Red charges ten bucks per month. Lastly, now YouTube TV is just available in some select cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area.
YouTube TV was announced in February this year and Google has been working on improving the app to attract more users.
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