Want to know how many YouTube TV simultaneous streams you can watch? Here’s a quick overview.
How many simultaneous streams come with YouTube TV?
By default, YouTube TV comes with a total of 3 simultaneous streams. This is on par with similar streaming services, like Sling Blue and fuboTV, and better than Hulu + Live TV, which comes with only 2 simultaneous streams.
Can I upgrade YouTube TV and get more streams?
Yes. If you add YouTube TV’s 4K Plus package to your subscription, you’ll be able to watch on unlimited devices at home. You’ll still be restricted to just three devices on the go, though.
You can still use YouTube TV to log into a number of cable networks, like ESPN, and watch on their app or website. This does not count against your simultaneous streams, so it’s a nice way to get a bit more flexibility with this service. Take a look at this page to see the full list of supported networks.
Check out this article to learn more about YouTube TV’s TV Everywhere feature.
What can I watch on YouTube TV?
Not sure what channels, shows, and events are airing on YouTube TV? Flixed is here to help with the Flixed TV Guide for YouTube TV. This all-in-one TV guide shows you everything that’s on the service up to a week in advance. Give it a look and see if YouTube TV is right for you.
YouTube TV gives subscribers access to more than 85 live channels—including news, entertainment, sports, and local channels. If you’re looking for local broadcast content from NBC, CBS, FOX, and ABC, then YouTube TV is the right internet TV service for you.
What devices can I use to watch YouTube TV?
Wondering what devices are supported by YouTube TV? We’ve written a full breakdown of YouTube TV’s supported devices. YouTube TV supports a wide array of streaming media players, smart TVs, as well as mobile devices and tablets. Make sure to read our YouTube TV review to learn more or check out our recommendations of YouTube TV alternatives.