YouTube TV – Advantages And Disadvantages (Part II)

YouTube TV – Advantages And Disadvantages (Part II)

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YouTube TV – Advantages And Disadvantages (Part I)

More to the programming, the YouTube TV is also not supported on several common devices including Apple TV, Amazon’s Fire TV and Roku too. It is also learned the older version of Google’s Chromecast streaming devices may not support the newest TV.

It is to note, subscribing to the YouTube is currently coming with a free Chromecast player, but it is subject to the limited supplies.

More to all these, the YouTube TV is also not made available on most of the smart TVs. It is only supported on those TV sets which have built-in Chromecast like the Android TV from Sony and the SmartCast models from Vizio.

If things do not work on your smart TV, it is suggested to cast YouTube TV via a newer version of Chromecast player.

YouTube TV and Rivals

You are getting about fifty channels on YouTube TV for a subscription fee of $35 and with the same price tag you can get about eighty channels on DirecTV Now.

On Sling TV you can watch about thirty channels for a subscription fee of $20 per month under Orange Plan. Its Blue Plan is offering about forty channels for $25 and you can combine both the package for $40. You can also get some live local channels from FOX, ABC and NBC by paying $5 or $10 extra per month.

Sony’s PlayStation Vue offers about thirty channels along with a cloud DVR for a subscription fee of $55 per month. If you add extra $10 a month you get some local channels too.