Google is expanding YouTube TV to support Firefox, as speckled by YourTechExplained, marking a initial browser to work with Google’s over-the-top streaming use that isn’t Chrome (which you’ll remember is also owned by Google.)
The combined Firefox support comes from a quietly updated support page observant a change, nonetheless sadly it usually seems that usually Firefox is removing a refurbish from Google for now — there’s no word on Safari, Edge, or other browsers removing Google’s blessing to work with YouTube TV during this time.
YouTube TV costs $40 per month (after a new cost bump), and also has apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, and Roku, in further to Chrome and Firefox on browsers.
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