YouTube TV is coming to Android TV, Xbox, and Apple TV

YouTube TV is coming to Android TV, Xbox, and Apple TV

YouTube TV is coming to Android TV, Xbox, and Apple TV

Well, that all changes today, as Google just announced the YouTube TV app is coming to a host of devices specifically created to provide a big screen experience.

Last month, Google dropped support for YouTube on the Echo Show, Amazon's first Echo device that features a touchscreen and debuted this summer. As you may already know, you could enjoy YouTube TV on your smartphone, desktop, or through casting. The app will also be available for Samsung and LG Smart TVs along with Sony TVs with Android TV installed.

"It's about getting our service on as many platforms as possible and making it accessible to as many consumers as possible however they like to consumer their content in the living room", Christian Oestlian, YouTube TV's product management director, tells Fortune.

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YouTube is one of the best application when it comes to video; earlier it was rumored that Google team is working on a TV service based on YouTube and finally it was announced in April called as the YouTube TV. It was pretty odd that Google didn't launch YouTube TV on their TV platform.

As you'd expect, the TV app will carry over much of the mobile experience, but designed for a larger screen. What makes the TV app different is a dark background instead of the white one for the mobile version. Google didn't release any Android TV or smart TV apps for its streaming service at launch. In the next few days, the app will be available on Android TV devices including NVIDIA SHIELD and TVs with Android TV built-in, such as Sony, as well as on the Xbox One family of devices (Xbox One, Xbox One S, and soon Xbox One X).

There's also a new Live guide and background playback experience for the big screen.

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