For those who use Apple TV and Roku, you will have to wait a bit to get the complete YouTube TV app experience on these devices.
Originally, the video giant planned on rolling out their new live television venture on all devices by the end of 2017. With the calendar year coming to a close in just a few days, this hope has become squandered.
In a more positive note, by this time next year not only does YouTube TV plan to be on Roku and Apple TVs, but they will also be available on older Smart TVs including Samsungs from as far back as 2014 and Linux TVs created by Sony.
Also rumored to host YouTube TV is Fire TV. However, Google and Amazon are still hammering out the final details to this agreement. So, until they sign off, anything can happen, especially considering the tumultuous relationship between the two media giants. After all, Google pulled the YouTube app from their Echo Show and Fire TV devices recently. However, the brand just started selling Chromecast through their online retail shop recently as well. So, it looks like the relationship between the two brands are on the up-and-up.