YouTube TV Multi-Window Feature is Being Expanded

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Earlier this year, YouTube TV announced an interesting feature to make Sports View more appealing in the live TV streaming service – multi-window. Now, the feature is expanding beyond its previous limitations to be useful in more ways beyond the Sports category. According to a new report, the service is currently testing the expansion of its multiview feature. For now, it is testing to include news, weather, and more besides sports. The streaming service announced last Wednesday that it’s rolling out these changes gradually over the Summer.

YouTube TV Expands Multi-View Feature

“Starting today in the Home Tab, a small portion of members will see us testing up to 5 brand new multiview streams. These will be available to watch 24/7 across news, sports, business news, weather, and Deportes”, YouTube TV tweeted.

During March Madness YouTube TV allowed users to watch 4 games simultaneously.

To recall, the multiview was introduced for YouTube TV users early in March. It was introduced just in time for the March Madness season in the NBA. At the time, the feature lets users watch up to four sports streams at once. Google (the parent company) told the folks at CNET that the company was exploring other ways to implement the feature. The goal was to bring multiview to a “variety of content YouTube TV has to offer”. Less than 3 months after this initial rollout for sports, YouTube TV is expanding its reach. It enhances the value of the service, making users feel like they are investing in a product that continuously evolves with new features.

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To those unaware, YouTube TV starts at $65 a month for your first three months and $73 a month thereafter. It’s more expensive than your casual streaming service, but take in mind that this is a full-fledged live TV service with a myriad of channels for the most varied range. Don’t confuse this with the YouTube platform. In fact, YouTube TV is an American streaming television service operated by YouTube. It’s a TV streaming service that lets you watch live TV from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and other popular cable networks.

The service is particularly useful for sports enthusiasts. For example, it will start exclusively streaming NFL Sunday Ticket later this year. So fans of the NFL will have good reasons to subscribe.

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