If you want to try out YouTube TV, and you’re wondering if you can use it for TV Everywhere, you’re in the right place. In this quick guide, we’ll discuss the channels that YouTube TV supports, and also discuss the basics of using TV Everywhere with this streaming service.
The Full List of TV Everywhere Apps With YouTube TV Support
Below, we’ve put together a list of all of the TV Everywhere apps that are currently supported by YouTube TV. Take a look now.
- Animal Planet
- BBC America
- Big Ten Network
- CBS Sports Network
- Disney Channel
- Disney Junior
- Disney XD
- Food Network
- Fox Business
- Fox News
- Golf Channel
- MLB Network
- Motor Trend
- Nat Geo
- Nat Geo Wild
- NBA League Pass
- NBC Sports
- NCAA March Madness
- NFL Network
- NFL Redzone
- Olympic Channel
- Pop TV
- SEC Network
- Smithsonian Channel
- STARZ ENCORE
- Travel Channel
- Universal Kids
- USA Network
- WE TV
For more information, or to see if there are any newly-added TV Everywhere networks, you can visit this page from YouTube TV.
How Does TV Everywhere Work With YouTube TV?
To use your YouTube TV login with a supported TV Everywhere channel, just visit the website or download the app for the channel you’d like to watch. Then, choose YouTube TV as your TV provider, and log in with your credentials.
Do I Have to Pay Extra To Use TV Everywhere With YouTube TV?
No. YouTube TV provides access to all TV Everywhere apps and websites for no extra charge, as part of your subscription.
Why Should I Bother Using TV Everywhere Apps With YouTube TV?
There are a few reasons. First, using TV Everywhere apps helps you get around YouTube TV’s 3 simultaneous stream limitation. Even if 3 other people are using the YouTube TV app, you can still log into a TV Everywhere app with your subscription, and watch live and on-demand shows.
TV Everywhere sites and apps also sometimes have more on-demand content than the YouTube TV app, so that’s another added bonus.
Finally, TV Everywhere apps can allow you to get around some device restrictions. Until recently, for example, YouTube TV didn’t support Amazon Fire TV, for example.
So, to watch AMC on Amazon Fire TV, you could have simply download the AMC app on your Amazon Fire TV, then log in with your YouTube TV subscription to watch live and on-demand content.
You don’t have to do this anymore since Amazon Fire TV support was added to YouTube TV, but the same idea applies to other channels and apps, too.
What’s On YouTube TV?
Wondering what you can watch on YouTube TV? Take a look at the Flixed TV Guide for YouTube TV now, and get a live preview of the channels, shows, and events airing on the service right now!
What Devices Are Supported By TV Everywhere Apps?
This depends on the channel you want to watch, but most TV Everywhere channels support iOS, Android, and web browsers, as well as streaming platforms like the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast and Apple TV.