Google revealed last month that a forthcoming YouTube TV add-on would allow you to watch available shows in 4K and save them for offline viewing, as well as provide an infinite number of concurrent home streams. Prior to that, YouTube TV will get a new “Store” on televisions that will show all of the additional channels available for subscription.

The new YouTube TV ‘Store' shows which channels can be subscribed to on TVs


YouTube TV browsing on big screens has three main tabs: Library, Home, and Live, with Search and Settings in the top-right corner. Google is also introducing a sixth “Store” screen that will allow users to “view all YouTube TV add-ons in one place.” This feature is already handled by Settings > Memberships on Android and the internet.

Visit our new Store to find out more about add-on platforms and some of the recommended movies and shows they contain. To access all of our extra material, simply press the new icon in the top-right corner of your TV*.
The new YouTube TV ‘Store' shows which channels can be subscribed to on TVs

“Add To Your Lineup” displays the 15 individual add-on networks, as well as two packs, that can be added to the base $64.99 subscription monthly. After you choose one, you'll be given a short explanation and the option to browse what you'll get.

You'll be directed to tv.youtube.com to complete the purchasing process, with the option to "miss signing in for all orders" in the future.

There's also a "Fresh & Noteworthy" segment of the new YouTube TV Store where you can browse shows with add-ons. If there's "nothing to watch," it's a pleasant lean-back feeling that also benefits Google.

The new YouTube TV ‘Store' shows which channels can be subscribed to on TVs


This latest Store has been extensively rolled out on the Android/Google TV platform since the beginning of March.


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