Amazon has announced that YouTube TV is now available on their range of Amazon Fire device, this includes the latest Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV Cube plus other devices.
YouTube TV is supported by all Fire device excluding the first generation Fire TV Stick and first generation Fire TV.
YouTube TV is a cable-free live TV experience that brings together all the things you love about live TV, without the hassle of renting cable boxes, scheduling complicated installations or committing to long-term contracts. With YouTube TV you get 70+ channels, from local networks like ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC and popular cable networks like Discovery, TNT, CNN, ESPN, FX and on-demand programming. YouTube TV also has unlimited cloud DVR storage space and you can have six accounts per household, so each member of the family can have their personal DVR and personalized recommendations.
You can find out more details about YouTube TV on Amazon’s range of Fire TV devices over at their website at the link below.
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