Not at the moment, but we're working to bring YouTubeTV to more browsers like Safari in the future. For now, Chrome or Firefox is your best bet for watching YouTubeTV content. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Yeah when you go to a website and it's literally ads everywhere and the site is just slowed right down its simply ad block or never go back. It's not all bad though I usually use YouTube on my TV and that doesn't have adblock so it kind of balances out
I'm talking about when you're doing a live speed test on YouTube using the Browser, there's no way to hide the IP. I have being using @Ookla@Speedtest since the early days with the @CableLabs Cable TV broadband internet services. Very reliable.waiting to speed test @ 1Gbits.
Yes! Something new for those who watch tv on our computers.
You can now watch MSNBC or CNN live-streaming on https://www.livenewsnow.com.
Hooray! No more highlights of Rachel's show or waiting for people to pirate the shows to youtube.
Tip: Video issues on Chrome. Use Firefox.
Hmm, that's strange – can you share some screenshots of the error you're getting so we can point you to the right direction? Also, for the best YouTubeTV HD viewing experience, download the latest version of Chrome or Firefox.
Youtube is available on the Fire TV, it's just done through Silk or Firefox instead of a dedicated app. Works pretty much the same as the dedicated app on things like Roku. Just doesn't work with Alexa, which sucks.
Thanks for tagging us – to access YouTubeTV using your PC you can visit http://tv.youtube.com. Also, to get the best HD viewing experience, download the latest version of Chrome or Firefox. Check out our list of supported devices here: https://yt.be/help/d9gh
If you install Firefox on the Fire TV, and Disney Plus is viewable via browser, you can probably do that as a workaround. FireTv did that forever for YouTube until Google and Amazon stopped their pissing match.