YouTube TV Adds More App Support




YouTube TV is slowly improving its service. Recently it added support for AirPlay from Apple. Google even announced that YouTube TV would be coming to 10 new markets.

It seems it has been up to even more apps. In total YouTube TV is reporting over 18 apps are currently supported by the live TV streaming service from Google. We do not know all of them that are supported, but here are the ones we know about: ABC, Bravo, Disney Channel/Junior/XD, ESPN, E!, Freeform, FX/FXX/FXM, MSNBC, NBC, Oxygen, Sprout, Syfy, Telemundo, and USA.

That puts YouTube TV in fourth place for total apps just behind fuboTV at 29, DIRECTV NOW at 42, and PlayStation Vue with 64 apps.

We searched for a full list of apps that YouTube TV supports but failed to come up with one. Could you help us come up with a list of apps that support YouTube TV? Please leave us a comment with any apps we have not already listed that YouTube TV supports.

Hopefully as a community we can come up with a list of all the apps that let you log in with YouTube TV.

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