YouTube TV delivers a great package, and if you have questions, we have answers!
For those considering cutting the cord, YouTube TV is a viable option. If you live in the United States, anyway. We've got the details on everything you need to get the most out of this app, and everything that it offers. From details on the ins and outs of YouTube TV to how to troubleshoot issues, everything you need is here.
The latest YouTube TV news
September 16, 2018 — YouTube TV's web app is getting a dark theme!
Again, this is for the web app, not the Android app, but one can only hope it will be coming to the Android app before too long, right?
February 13, 2018 — The monthly cost is going up to $40 on March 13
Ever since it launched in April of 2017, YouTube TV has offered one single plan that costs $35 per month. However, starting next month, new subscribers are going to pay even more.
Beginning March 13, new YouTube TV customers will pay $40/month as opposed to the old $35/month rate. Current subscribers and anyone that signs up before then will still get the more affordable pricing, so if you've been thinking about signing up for YouTube TV, you may want to do so sooner rather than later.
Everything you need to know about YouTube TV!
YouTube TV delivers a whole lot in a pretty smile package, with a sensible price tag attached. If you have questions about anything from price, to availability, the answer is hiding here.
YouTube TV gets you access to tons of great programming, including region-specific channels in certain cities and media markets. Everywhere can access great channels like AMC, The CW, and even ESPN, but there are excellent sports specific channels available for certain media markets. Every channel currently available is listed out for you here!
Most recently, YouTube TV announced that it was finally going to start airing Turner channels — including TNT, Cartoon Network, truTV, and more.
There is a set of programming available in every region YouTube TV is offered, but there are specific regions that will be able to access local programming. While the number of media markets currently available is still fairly small, it's grown to over 30 markets already, and it's only been a few months since the app became available.
How to find the shows you want to watch on YouTube TV
The sheer number of programs that are available to be watched, recorded, and rewatched is just a bit staggering. If you picked up a subscription in order to stay caught up on your favorite shows, then you'll need to know how to find them. From searching out a specific show to adding it to your DVR list to finding programs on a specific network, we've got the details you want!
Football, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey... There is a sport out there for every sports fan. Being able to stay caught up on the game, keep an eye on scores, and catch every appearance is key, and YouTube TV does an excellent job. It delivers everything the discerning sports fan needs to keep up, even when you're on the go!
One of the best perks of YouTube TV is the ability to easily record your favorite shows and then watch them later at your leisure. Of course, in order to watch those shows later, you need to know how to record them. We cover everything from recording shows, to deleting shows from your DVR list, so that you can get to record your favorites without a problem.
While YouTube TV lets you easily watch live and recorded television on your phone, computer, or tablet, you can also cast to your television. You'll need a Chromecast, but once you do that, casting your shows right to the TV is easier than ever.
How to troubleshoot casting problems with YouTube TV
YouTube TV lets you go take advantage of your Chromecast to watch live and recorded tv from the app on your Television. However, there are a few unfortunate problems you may run into. If you've been having issues getting your Chromecast to work properly with YouTube TV then this is the place to figure out how to deal with it!