After being delayed in late 2017, the YouTube TV app is now officially available for a select number of Roku-branded streaming devices. Here’s the list of supported devices:
- All Roku TVs
- Roku Ultra
- Roku Streaming Stick Plus
- Roku Streaming Stick
- Roku Express Plus
- Roku Premiere
- Roku Premiere Plus
- Roku 2
- Roku 3
- Roku 4
YouTube TV is currently available across 80 different metro areas in the United States. The subscription service costs $35 per month to start, and with that customers get access to over 40 networks. There are premium channel options, including Showtime, but that will add to the monthly cost with individual packages.
The YouTube TV app has been rolling out to more devices pretty regularly, with the latest update bringing the service to specific LG- and Samsung-branded smart TVs.
For owners of the supported Roku device that want to try YouTube TV, the app can be found in the Roku Channel Store beginning today.
If you have a Roku device, do you plan on trying out YouTube TV?