Youtube TV is now available on Apple TV devices. Google-owned video site made the announcement and disclosed that its app is available on Apple’s tvOS platform.


Roku, a series of streaming players is the latest platform to receive an actual big-screen YouTube TV app’s compatibility. It means Roku users now have access to another alternative to traditional cable TV.

The service starts at $35/month, with no contracts and now available in almost 100, different metro areas covering 80 percent of the U.S. population. Users will able to stream TV from their iPhone and now, Apple TV. It can be downloaded for Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox One and newer Samsung and LG TVs.

Those who want to watch the service on their Apple TV will need to stream it via AirPlay from their iPhone or iPad, and they can enjoy TV natively on their Apple TV.

In the race of becoming the best TV streaming platform, YouTube TV now joins PlayStation Vue, Hulu TV, DirecTV and some others. It has not revealed any plans for Fire TV or PlayStation apps.

The app provides access to YouTube TV’s unlimited cloud DVR, a full grid-style program guide, and personalized recommendations.

A YouTube representative officially confirmed that the Youtube TV is now available on Apple TV.

The service comes with 40-plus live TV channels including locals such as CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox as well as cable stalwarts like ESPN, Fox News, AMC, the Disney Channel, and Bravo.

Existing YouTube TV users can move towards the tvOS App Store to download the app on a free basis.