Yet’s there’s a major negative to YouTube TV: actually seeing it on a Television. At this time, the only method to play with content on your own set is through a Chrome Cast or a Chromecast -enabled Television. No, if your Television helps the less sturdy Google Cast protocol (as my Television does), that’s not enough. I had to make a mess from my flat to find a Chromecast buried in a drawer to get to my Riverdale. After I attempted to air-play content to my Appletv from the app apk that is iPhone or I pad, I used to be limited to audio-only playback, I assume because of whatever Google had to devote the program.
It’s a tremendous bummer for the millions of people who have set top boxes that are Chromecasts. Yahoo will provide users who spend for just one month of service a free Chrome Cast (they start at $3-5 otherwise), but in case you already have a set-top-box, that’s merely another apparatus to clog-up an HDMI interface. Does Yahoo seriously expect me to keep a Chromecast connected in to get one app? Not likely to occur.
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