Just in time for the big game, the Winter Olympics, the Oscars and everything else, YouTube TV has finally made its way to Roku and Apple TV.Roku makes the most popular streamers and is a perennial favorite of CNET's streamer and smart TV reviews, which are the best values on the market. Apple TV is more expensive but still highly recommended for its polish and raft of capabilities. Between the two they account for more than half of the streaming player installed base in the US.The launch of YouTube TV on both platforms means that Roku and Apple TV users now have access to yet another alternative to traditional cable TV. The YouTube TV app is the same as the one currently available on Android TV, Xbox One and other platforms, complete with access to the service's unlimited cloud DVR, personalized recommendations and a full grid-style program guide. Now Playing: Watch this: YouTube TV's big-screen app lets you kick Chromecast... 2:14 YouTube TV, not to be confused … [Read more...] about YouTube TV now available on Roku and Apple TV
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posted on 09 May 2013, 16:31 19 1. funnyguy (banned) (Posts: 244; Member since: 10 Jan 2013) What is this Windows phone? posted on 09 May 2013, 16:50 29 3. dexter_jdr (Posts: 1163; Member since: 28 Jun 2012) its funny how you fail in trolling posted on 09 May 2013, 21:56 6 25. akki20892 (Posts: 3902; Member since: 04 Feb 2013) go to www.windowsphone.com posted on 09 May 2013, 23:32 0 33. anywherehome (Posts: 971; Member since: 13 Dec 2011) dont bother, Microsoft blackmails and intimidates Android manufacturers so Microsoft earns more money from Android than from Windows Phone.....so NEVER support such a rotten company like Microsoft........another why: posted on 10 May 2013, 01:05 2 35. mafiaprinc3 (Posts: 581; Member since: 07 May 2012) dude there is such a thing called patents,all manufacturers ahve them and some compnay at some time have to pay them royalties and they have to do likewise as well, nokia,apple samsung, microsoft, lg, google, … [Read more...] about Comments for : Don’t be surprised if Windows Phone’s new YouTube app gets blocked soon
YouTube TV is a relatively new streaming service having been launched by Google back in April. Still, the service's coverage has been expanded to more than a dozen cities in the United States in the last couple of months, which proves Google is committed to bringing YouTube TV to as many consumers as possible.In that regard, the search giant announced a new YouTube TV app is now available for the big screen. The application that was initially available for smartphone, tablet, and computer, will now be accessible to Android TV owners.In the next few days, YouTube TV subscribers will be able to stream live TV through the new app on Android TV devices such as NVIDIA Shield and TVs with Android TV built-in, including Sony, as well as on the Xbox One family of devices (Xbox One, Xbox One S, and soon Xbox One X).Also, for those who don't have any of the Android TV devices mentioned earlier, Google announced the new app will be available on Smart TVs, such as LG, Samsung, Sony, along with … [Read more...] about Google announces YouTube TV app for Android TV devices, coming soon to Apple TV
App attack By Nilay Patel "The future of TV is here." It is not the world’s most understated tagline for a new product, especially one from Apple. If you want to set sky-high expectations around a new TV product after years of rumors and sly winks and shelved plans, well, that’s exactly how to do it. You say that you’ve invented the future of TV, and that it is here. You say it while knowing full well that Steve Jobs set the stage for a radical new TV from Apple in 2011 by directly telling his biographer that he’d "finally cracked it," and that he wanted to create "an integrated television set that is completely easy to use," with "the simplest user interface you could imagine." You say that the future of TV is here even though every attempt to place a computer at the center of the living room experience has bombed catastrophically for nearly two decades, and that rivals like Microsoft and Google have each been floored by the challenges of television. You take … [Read more...] about Apple TV review: is this the future?
It doesn’t light up all of the lights. Listeners of The Vergecast know that I’ve been ridiculously excited about the new Apple TV 4K for weeks now, because there isn’t a great standalone streaming device that supports Dolby Vision 4K HDR and the new Dolby Atmos surround sound format. I just haven’t been able to use the full capabilities of my home theater — lighting up both the Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos lights on my receiver and TV — and I was excited for Apple to put out a polished, high-end product that got me there. Apple is firmly at the high end of the market: the Apple TV 4K starts at $179, much more than competing 4K HDR-capable devices like the $89 Roku Premiere+ or the $69 Google Chromecast Ultra. I was really expecting — hoping! — this thing would blow me away. But the new Apple TV doesn’t support Atmos. And it doesn’t support YouTube in 4K HDR. And it doesn’t have Disney or Marvel movies in 4K HDR. And it … [Read more...] about Apple TV 4K review: so close, so far