2021 was an interesting year for many reasons, but for YouTube TV subscribers, many might remember it as a year of disputes and uncertainty.
YouTube TV is a great option for live TV streaming, but it’s important to know exactly which channels are included before signing up.
Roku and Google have agreed a new multi-year deal for the YouTube and YouTube TV apps, bringing an end to a dispute that dates back to April.
YouTube TV’s cloud DVR offers a number of recording benefits, but the ability to record a single episode is not an option open to subscribers.
The YouTube TV dispute between Roku and YouTube is not over. Although negotiations continue, it doesn’t look likely to be resolved soon.
Like most live TV streaming services, YouTube TV has ads and not just when watching live TV channels either. Here’s what you need to know.
A YouTube TV subscription can be canceled at any time, but canceling during a free trial is not the same as canceling as a paid subscriber.
A Roku and YouTube dispute resulted in device users losing access to the YouTube TV app. The question now is, will a deal will be agreed?
YouTube TV is not free for Amazon Prime members and the two subscriptions cannot be bundled together unlike with some other services.
YouTube TV previously confirmed 5.1 Dolby surround sound was rolling out to all members, but it looks like it only applies to video on-demand.
YouTube TV is now celebrating the launch of its 4K Plus tier with a free Chromecast with Google TV offer for existing live TV subscribers.
YouTube TV subscribers can now download videos with the 4K Plus add-on, but those videos can’t be accessed on other devices while downloaded.
YouTube TV subscribers can stream HBO shows and movies for free for the next five days, but don’t expect to get HBO Max exclusives as well.
YouTube TV is unavailable on Comcast’s Xfinity Flex platform, but that could change in the future following Google’s Roku live TV shortcut.
Google is adding a YouTube TV shortcut that allows subscribers to watch live TV within the YouTube app.
It may have taken longer than expected, but YouTube TV is now available to download on the PlayStation 5.
YouTube explains from its perspective the current situation with Roku, following the removal of the YouTube TV channel from the Roku store.
The YouTube TV channel has now been removed from the Roku store, stopping subscribers from downloading the service on their players and TVs.
Roku is warning users that the YouTube TV channel could end up being removed from their devices, due to a disagreement over user privacy.
Adding Premium to YouTube TV would benefit the subscriber, but is there any motivation for Google to combine the subscriptions?