The YouTube TV app inventory has been updated to be concordant with Android tablets. However, YMMV when it comes to specific devices. It isn’t now operative for all of them, nonetheless we can still sideload a app, as before. The inventory on Google play was concordant with a Nexus 7 in a testing, though support for a Pixel C, as good as many other devices, is not present.
For a uninitiated, YouTube TV is arrange of like cable, though around YouTube. You get live TV over a internet, with app and Chromecast support, for a really affordable $35 a month. Basically, it’s what everyone’s been seeking a wire companies for, while they regularly contend no. You can check out a full hands-on of a use here. TL;DR: it can be a good value, though it’s usually accessible in some areas.
YouTube TV on a Nexus 7
A YouTube orator did tell ArsTechnica in their examination progressing this year that inscription support was entrance “soon.” It looks like that competence have taken a bit longer than expected, though it happens.
We don’t have an reason for accurately because some inclination are listed as concordant while others, including Google’s flagship Pixel C, aren’t. We’ve also perceived opposing reports when it comes to some devices, like a Samsung Tab S3. Again, YMMV. It competence have been an collision on Google’s part, and we could see support for a few tablets that have it now yanked, or it could be stretched soon. We’ll only have to wait and see.
It would seem inscription support was secretly announced around a slightly-spammy YouTube TV Twitter comment final week. At slightest it’s official, now we only need to find out because some tablets aren’t operative yet.
YouTube TV for @Android only got bigger.
You can now watch your favorite TV and sports on your tablet. Try it now→ https://t.co/YLnZ2qiNj3
— YouTube TV (@YouTubeTV) September 21, 2017