YouTube TV streaming service is now available on select Roku devices, Roku announced Thursday.
YouTube TV lets users stream live television from nearly 50 networks for $35 per month. This includes ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, Disney Channel, ESPN, FX and Telemundo, among others. Some premium and sports networks such as Showtime and Fox Soccer Plus can be had for an additional monthly fee.
YouTube’s TV streaming service is currently available in 80 metropolitan areas; for a full list, click here.
Last October, YouTube TV launched a dedicated app for TVs and set-top boxes, which first launched on Android TVs, Xbox One, and smart TVs from LG and Samsung. Back then it was announced that the app is coming to Roku and Apple TV, but the launch on Apple TV was delayed into Q1 2018.
The service comes with a few extra features on Roku, including Cloud DVR with no storage limit, your own pwersonalized library and recommendations, a full program guide, background playback (so you don’t miss that key moment while browsing the app) and sharing the service with up to 5 other people in your household.
YouTube TV is available in the Roku Channel Store and can be added from here.