Today, YouTube TV started to roll out an update to its Roku app. This update brings bug fixes and a new feature that has long been requested.
Now, finally, Roku users will find a clock in the top left corner of their live guide with the current time. A clock has been one of the most requested new features on Roku over the last few years. Already, Google rolled out the clock on Google TV, but now finally, Roku has the new clock.
YouTube TV also seems to have rolled out minor bug fixes and improvements to the Roku app. If you do not have the updated app, try updating your app to get the new features. To do this on the Roku Homescreen, hove over the YouTube TV app and select the * button on your Roku remote. That will open a new menu with an option to update that app.
If you wait, Roku will also automatically update your Roku apps with the newest version in the next day or so.
This all comes as YouTube TV has also cut the price of NFL Sunday Ticket. Now, NFL Sunday Ticket starts at $174 for the rest of the 2023 season or just $43.50 from YouTube TV. If you get it from YouTube without YouTube TV, it starts at $224 for the rest of the 2023 season or $56 a month. This deal ends on November 30, 2023.
Price cuts halfway through the season are normal, and you should expect it to be full price next year.
Her is everything that comes with the YouTube TV NFL Sunday Ticket & Redzone package:
- NFL Sunday Ticket: Every remaining Sunday game1
- YouTube TV Base Plan: 100+ live channels like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and ESPN for more live sports and local & national NFL games for an additional $72.99/mo
- With NFL RedZone get whip around coverage of every game on Sunday afternoon
- Watch on your TV and supported devices
- No 2-year contract required
- Unlimited simultaneous streams at home for NFL Sunday Ticket content
- Offer of 2 months of Max on us ($45+ value) if eligible, then $15.99/mo