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Google launched YouTube TV service now available on select Android tablets

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YouTube TV presently lengthened hugely, becoming accessible in 50% of US homes, YouTube announced on last month August 17. The service is currently in 14 additional markets, with 17 more cities in the pipeline over the upcoming weeks. It’s furthermore growing its network arrangement to offer further screening options at without additional charge.

YouTube TV has finally launched, and while it started small niche with five markets, it’s nowadays accessible in 29, with 17 further planned for the few upcoming weeks. That covers 50% of US homes, sources from YouTube, which is no small feat.

YouTube TV is collaborating with the ‘well-known players’ in the cord-cutting world that includes PlayStation Vue and Sling TV and relative newcomer, DirecTV nowadays.

But, without of the collaborating group, YouTube TV has the more potential. It already has one – one billion users that live in 88 countries and speak 76 different languages.

The Mountain View Company publicly announced YouTube TV comes to bigger Android screens. Sorry to say, Google doesn’t point out which are the Android tablets that now support it, but we do be acquainted with for sure that for the mobile app to work it requires Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher versions.YouTube TV service charges $35 per month but comes with up to 6 accounts per home. It allows subscribers to simultaneously record movies, news, events, live sports, popular shows, series, and TV episodes without DVR storage space limits constraint. However, keep in mind that each video recording will only be saved for 9 months. More significantly, Google’s streaming service can be used for free and those who subscribe can abandon anytime if they change their moods. Make it clear you check the directory of US cities where Google has previously enabled YouTube TV service before trying to subscribe.

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