Recently, Google announced the unveiling of the YouTube TV, a new subscription offering including a library of TV networks. Their intention of introducing this is to make watching TV more like watching YouTube. It is available on Android, iOS as well as desktop web browser. When the time it has been introduced, YouTube TV is only available in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area for $35 per month including 40 channels of live streaming TV.
Actually, they thought to expand their coverage to new markets. Now it is glad to say that YouTube TV continues to grow. Ever since it was introduced, the live TV service has expanded further across the US. Furthermore, Google has announced another 8 YouTube TV markets. From this month on-wards, the people who are living in one of the following areas also can feel the experience of live TV Streaming paying Google $35 per month.
Including these areas, YouTube TV is now available in 49 metro areas.
There are some reasons that it stand apart from the competition. Simple interface designs and ease of use improve the user-friendliness. There is no content limit on what you record and it has the ability to pause live TV. If you cannot catch something live, you can record all the series online and you can record as much as you want. Those recordings will expire after 9 months. With these features and continuous demand, we can expect Google will work to expand the channel list quickly.