YouTube Go, an application designed by Google to provide video streaming experience in a better data-efficient manner in now available over 130 countries. Further, the search-engine giant has also launched its YouTube TV services in Roku A.I. integrated devices and Apple TV.
Starting with the YouTube Go, the 9.4 MB app is a lighter version of YouTube which works on all Android devices with a base version of Jellybean 4.1. It was initially announced last year in December, during the announcement of Android Oreo Go program.
Similar to the YouTube, on Go one can search, discover popular and relevant video. It also allows previewing the content before downloading or watching in three different categories – Basic, Standard and High quality. Further, it let the person share videos over the same platform via using Hotspot (similar to ShareIt or Xender).
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Moving to the YouTube TV, it is live television streaming platform, which is now available for on the Apple TV and many Roku devices. The services were initially released in March, last year for iOS and Android-based tablets. Currently, the services are available in selected cities of US, at a monthly subscription of $35 (Rs 2233 approximately), which allows up to six devices per account.
Compatible Devices: It runs on 4th-Gen Apple TV and Apple TV 4K, while the Roku TV list includes the Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express/ Express+, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku 4, Roku 3, and Roku 2. Further, it is compatible with Chromecast, Xbox One, Samsung and LG Smart TV models above 2016.