Today YouTube TV rolled out a major update that fixes one of the main complaints about the YouTube TV app, the Library, and DVR.
Now when you log into YouTube TV today, you will notice it now has an all-new DVR library area. Here you will find your DVR recordings. A few of the most significant changes is the menu has returned to be on the left side in a vertical row instead of horizontal in the middle of the screen.
You will also notice that YoUTube TV now has a way to quickly see your newest recording first. You will also more easily be able to see what was watched already as it will now be grayed out but still watchable if you want to see it again.
This was one of several improvements YouTube TV said would be coming last month. Now it seems they have rolled out this new library.
A few other changes seem to be slightly larger icons on the home screen for what you are watching.
Did you notice any other changes? Let us know what you found.
Here are all the changes YouTube TV announced would be coming last month:
5.1 Audio/Video Sync: We’re rolling out some fixes over the next few weeks to address A/V sync issues across Live playback. We continue to welcome feedback! Feel free to leave a picture of your Stats for Nerds and your device information on this thread if you’re still experiencing issues. We’re also actively working on a separate follow on fix for VOD audio sync issues.
Apple TV: We resolved an issue last month with 1st gen 4k Apple TV devices crashing on long playbacks.
DVR: We had a few transient delays with DVR availability due to last month’s outage, but these are fully resolved.
Library Changes: We’ve heard your feedback about Library issues and are working on fixes to address the relevancy of Catch Up on your Favorites, incorrect Watch badging, and ordering of Recently Recorded entries.
NFL Sunday Ticket Unlimited Streams at Home: You asked and we listened! We’re updating our product functionality to grant you access to unlimited NFL Sunday Ticket streams in your home and 2 additional streams outside of your home for you and your household. You can read more here.
Stay tuned for more updates on the multiview feature and video quality next month! As always, thanks for your feedback.
This all comes from YouTube TV recently also rolled out a new and improved multiview option. Now you can watch multiple sports channels and news channels at once with YouTube TV. Hopefully, the service will continue to roll out new features soon.