YouTube TV launches 4K Plus upgrade for an improved experience


 

YouTube is working on new subscriptions to its YouTube TV service ahead of impending great sports shows like the Tokyo Olympics and MLB All-Star Game, Digitartlends reported.

YouTube's current live TV service offers over 85 channels for $65 a month, and this week the Google-owned streaming giant announced a new 4K Plus tier that adds 4K resolution, offline downloads, and unlimited simultaneous streams at home (beyond the current limit of three ) for an additional $20 a month.

4K Plus will bring some of the most requested features to YouTube TV, including the ability to watch 4K content on YouTube TV for the first time, said Kathryn Smith, YouTube TV Product Manager.


You'll have access to watch major sporting events this summer in 4K, plus live content from networks like NBC and ESPN, sports like college football and basketball later this year, and on-demand content from FX, Discovery Networks, Tastemade, and more.


In response to a joint request from existing customers, YouTube TV also adds a potential voice of Dolby 5.1 for all subscribers YouTube TV, with the launch of the feature to determine the devices in the coming weeks, it also adds the ability of lovers of sport to jump to specific moments in the sporting event, both during live viewing or watching a recording DVR This feature is similar to how YouTube TV actually lets you jump to different clips on news shows.


And if you're not sure about spending another $20 for 4K Plus, you can try it for free for a month that's perfect for the Olympics and then score a deal that adds an extra $10 to your monthly subscription fee for a year after that. $75 a month before rising to $85.


For an enhanced YouTube viewing experience, whether you're looking for your first device or planning to upgrade, you'll need a 4K TV.

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