Channels And Prices On You Tube Tv At Affordable Packages
For the most part, YouTube TV has an offering comparable to other streaming services. Where it differs is in its price, due to its simplicity. YouTube TV costs $ 50 per month. You can pay more for a few optional add-on channels, but you won't find packages very different from those offered by Sling TV, DirecTV Now, or PlayStation VUE.
Here is a list of the channels available on the service in July 2019. In addition to these, PBS has announced that its main PBS and PBS Kids channel will join YouTube TV in 2019, with its entire list of shows available under demand as well as live streaming. As with any streaming service, the local channels available will depend on the deals YouTube TV has secured in your area. Various regional sports networks are also available depending on your location. For more information, see the YouTube TV support page.
When it comes to viewing and comparing it to other streaming services on a phone, the experience is so good that it almost seems designed specifically for Smartphone screens. As you scroll through the live channels, you'll get a live preview of what that channel is currently broadcasting, making it super easy to find something to watch. This also happens when browsing the YouTube TV website, although it doesn't seem to be that fast. While browsing channels on an Apple TV, it's simple enough to see what was going on, but here the previews were still images, and not the live videos that appeared on the web and mobile versions.
No matter what device you are using, when you open the application you go to a "Home" screen, which shows you the recommendations for video on demand and what is currently being broadcast. Head over to the “Library” section to view your DVR recordings and Video on Demand that you have saved for later. If you're just looking for something to watch, head over to the "Live" section, where you'll see a guide-style interface that will show you what's currently going on.
From the beginning, it's clear that YouTube TV is a great option for YouTube fans. This isn't going to be a big deal for a lot of people, but if you're a fan of someone who's making original content on YouTube, it could be. Thanks to its spectacular mobile experience, this is also a great service for anyone who watches most of their shows on the phone. For the others, it comes down to the number of channels. There are several, yes, but you will also find channels present in other services that are not on YouTube TV. Whether or not this is decisive will depend on individual preferences.
If you're looking for a similar service, or one that leans a bit more toward traditional TV - but without the cable or satellite-based interface like DirecTV Now or PlayStation VUE - you might want to take a look at Hulu with Live TV first. The base price is the same, and you'll also have access to Hulu's impressive library of on-demand content. YouTube TV offers you a free seven-day trial so you can feel it, but be careful if you are an iOS user. Signing up on an iPhone or iPad will skip the trial period, so you should start this session for free on another device.