YouTube TV

YouTube TV

By Google LLC

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2017-04-05
  • Current Version: 3.11
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 190.88 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 29,067 Ratings

Description

+Cable-free live TV. No cable box required. +Stream major broadcast and cable networks, including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, AMC and more, including your local sports & news networks. +Watch on your smartphone, tablet, computer, and TV +Cloud DVR without DVR storage space limits. Each recording will be stored for 9 months. +6 YouTube TV accounts per household. Everyone gets their own login, recommendations and DVR. +Monthly pay-as-you-go membership; cancel anytime. Over sixty networks are available in YouTube TV: BROADCAST ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, NBC SPORTS Big Ten Network , CBS Sports Network, Comcast RSN (regional), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, Fox RSN (regional), FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, MLB Network, NBA TV, NBCSN, NESN, Olympic Channel, SEC Network, Tennis Channel, YES Network ENTERTAINMENT & LIFESTYLE AMC, BBC America, Bravo, Cheddar, Comet, Decades, E!, Freeform, FX, FXM, FXX, IFC, MyNetwork TV, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, Oxygen, Pop, Smithsonian Channel, SundanceTV, SyFy, TBS, TCM, TNT, TruTV, USA, YouTube Red Originals, WE tv NEWS BBC World News, Cheddar Big News, CNBC, CNN, Fox Business, Fox News, HLN, MSNBC, Newsy KIDS Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Universal Kids SPANISH LANGUAGE Telemundo, Universo ADDITIONAL NETWORKS SHOWTIME, STARZ, and more Availability: YouTube TV is available in most metro area locations around the United States. For the complete list, please visit our Help Center. Your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. Your membership is a month-to-month subscription that begins at sign up. You can easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day. There are no long-term contracts or cancellation fees. Just sign up to get started! If you subscribe via iTunes: Payment will be charged to the iTunes Account you’re using at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings on the device. Terms of service: tv.youtube.com/tv/terms Paid terms of service: tv.youtube.com/tv/paidterms Privacy policy: tv.youtube.com/tv/privacy Enjoy cable-free live tv now!

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Reviews

  • Solid app for viewing

    5
    By Bogeysea
    This works well. Some of the search and controls could be improved but overall a great experience.
  • Service is good but UI is pretty bad

    2
    By Queen Bea1
    Very difficult to control playback especially as compared with set top box or cable remote. I get that they are not meant to be the same but the UI should at least be somewhat capable. Forwarding through commercials is particularly bad. Anything not live is pretty awkward.
  • I LOVE IT!

    5
    By dPitski
    Just killed my $160 Dish bill! Thanks YouTube LOL! Muuuah!
  • Love it

    5
    By Bald Comedian
    The service is great. I use it daily.
  • Magnificent!

    5
    By Last Week iPhone Newbie
    Fabulous app. Just needs the History channel and Viacom network.
  • Furious

    1
    By Joesizz
    Supposed to have offered a free trial and before I knew it (literally 2 minutes later) I’m being charged the $39.99 already. Would not recommend for this reason alone! That’s not how you advertise and do business!
  • So simple and great

    5
    By Jam4354345
    Really need to move to youtube tv. The channels should expand and hopefully not just some more token progressive pointless ones that they already have. Interface is so slick
  • Charged subscription when using trial, otherwise “ok”

    2
    By Aesry
    I selected “try for free” and got charged when installing app on iPhone. Maybe it’s different on a computer, but be weary. I came from Hulu Live, but decided to look at other options after they bumped up their live tv price (but lowered there non-live subscriptions). Selection is ok to good, missed a few channels. I do like Hulu’s navigation on Apple TV and iPad better.
  • Replaced DirectTV Now with YouTube TV

    5
    By Luv Richmond
    With DirectTV Now’s price increase and new plans, which are terrible, I changed to YouTube TV. Still not as many channels as I had but more that DirectTV Now’s plans. The app works very well on Apple TV and the app.So far the app has worked flawlessly and the price is right.
  • Really wanted this to replace my Uverse TV but...

    2
    By Nelson Ned
    After 2 years of a low promotional price on Uverse I decided to look for a replacement that didn’t break the bank and didn’t require renegotiation of promotional pricing every year or two. Youtube TV seemed like a dream on paper: great channel lineup, works on any device including my Apple TV, unlimited cloud DVR, and sharing your subscription with up to 6 in total. I signed up for the trial and even that was glitchy. I was being offered an extended trial from Youtube tv themselves but every time I tried to enroll on my iPhone it redirected me to the iTunes payment system and I was charged. After being charged on day 1 I contacted Apple and they refunded me as a courtesy but I did get to try out the service for a month. During this month I was able to test extensively on all my devices: iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, and on my Macbook Pro. It worked good on all the devices but not great. I have an OTA digital antenna and perhaps, the picture quality on that spoiled me, but Youtube TV picture quality compared to OTA antenna left much to be desired. I have a wired ATT Gigabit Fiber connection on my Apple TV and somehow the streams always defaulted to a lower pixelated resolution. I always had to go in and adjust to the HD resolution manually. This was a major pain especially if I had to be changing channels often. Even Uverse TV, which is not exactly known for super duper picture quality, had a better picture quality. Another drawback was the user interface. This may just be me coming from cable TV interface but the UI is just too confusing and illogical. Sure I figured it out but the gestures and the number of steps to record shows and seasons and to retrieve recordings was just vastly inferior to the Uverse TV interface. These drawbacks were amplified on the Apple TV remote as they further showed the limitations and the steep learning curve of the Youtube TV UI. It’s a shame because the price and features were just right. I’ve moved on to Hulu live TV and so far, for my needs and thanks to its vastly superior UI, that is probably a keeper.

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