Man, that took a while, but two years after it first became available, YouTube TV is finally available for essentially everyone. That’s cool because YouTube TV is pretty good (and simple!) as far as streaming services go.
You’d be forgiven for not being super familiar with YouTube TV, especially since it was limited to certain locations until now. But overall it’s a solid streaming service—for $40 a month, you get over 60 channels, YouTube Originals, and the option to add extras like Showtime, Starz, Shudder, and more.
Aside from a decent selection of channels, every YouTube TV subscription allows for six accounts per household, which means everyone under your roof can get their own set of favorite channels and recordings. Speaking of recordings, YouTube TV offers unlimited DVR space, which is pretty unheard of for any streaming service.
And while it was once only available on a handful of devices, you can now access the service from pretty much any of the major players—Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, iOS, Android, Xbox, and a slew of smart TVs. Per the norm, the PS4 is probably the biggest name missing.
So if you’re looking to replace your existing cable subscription with a streaming platform, give YouTube TV a look. It’s pretty hard to beat for $40 a month, especially if it offers all the channels you want. You can learn more about the service here.