Several companies have offered a slew of options to those who wanted to ditch the decoder in the past few years, as consumers moved online. In the U.S., YouTube TV offers subscribers access to 40 TV networks, along with unlimited DVR cloud storage. Up to now, 50 cities in that country were covered by Google, but now it is becoming available in an additional 34 cities, according to an official announcement made via Twitter.
YouTube TV, which runs at $35 a month, will now be available in the following cities as well:
Albany, Baton Rouge, Buffalo, Cedar Rapids, Chattanooga, Colorado Springs, Des Moines, Flint, Fresno-Visalia, Ft. Myers-Naples, Ft. Smith-Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers (Arkansas), Grand Rapids, Green Bay, Greenville, Huntsville-Decatur (Florida), Jackson (Mississippi), Knoxville, Little Rock, Madison, New Orleans, Omaha, Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg, Portland-Auburn (Maine), Providence, Roanoke-Lynchburg (Virginia), Rochester, Savannah, Shreveport, South Bend-Elkhart (Indiana), Spokane, Springfield (Missouri), Toledo, Tucson, Tulsa, and Waco.
In October, Google announced that the service will launch apps for the Xbox One, Apple TV, and smart TVs running Android TV. Currently, YouTube TV offers live streaming of CBS, ABC, ESPN, and many more. For those who are still on the fence, we made a handy guide that should make the choice easier, by detailing the pros and cons of all major streaming services.