This $20 YouTube TV add-on offers support for 4K and offline viewing
4K Plus allows users to watch 4K content on YouTube TV for the first time. You will need a 4K compatible TV and streaming player, be careful and the choice of content will undoubtedly be quite limited.
In a statement, YouTube said subscribers "will have access to great 4K sporting events This summer, as well as live content from networks like NBC and ESPN, sports like college football and basketball late This year and content Required by FX, Discovery Networks, Tastemade, and more."
-on also allows users to download shows to watch offline. A YouTube spokesperson told The Verge that anything recorded from the base channel package on a user's cloud DVR can be downloaded for offline viewing.
Another important feature is the unlimited currents in the house. With the basic YouTube TV package, you can only stream three at a time. 4K Plus lets you stream unlimited streaming over your home Wi-Fi, which means the whole family can watch whatever they want at the same time.
YouTube has also announced that it will be adding Dolby 5.1 audio capabilities to all users. We've been told that This feature will be available on select devices in the coming weeks. 4K Plus is available today for an additional $19.99 per month. However, for a limited time, users can get a one-month free trial and lock it in for the first year at $9.99 per month. This is above the standard monthly rate of $64.99 for YouTube TV.
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