The YouTube TV standalone online TV streaming service is now available on select Roku devices. The service enables Roku users to stream live local, sports, and national news channels on-demand. It also provides them with access to major broadcast and cable networks. YouTube TV is currently live in more than 80 metro areas across the country.

Roku devices that support YouTube TV include all Roku TV models, Roku Streaming Stick Plus, Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express and Express Plus, Roku Premiere and Premiere Plus, Roku 4, Roku 3, and Roku 2.

YouTube TV users on Roku get some additional features as well. They get Cloud DVR with no storage limits and a library tab that provides them with easy access to shows they’ve recorded. Users will also find personalized recommendations on the home tab while they can use the live tab to find a full program guide to see what’s on and what will be airing soon.

All new YouTube TV users get a free trial after which the service costs $35 per month. It provides live access to almost 50 networks including major networks like CBS, FOX, ABC, CW, ESPN, Disney, and more.

Those who own any of the devices mentioned above can now get YouTube TV from the Roku Channel Store.

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