YouTube TV adds support for Safari

YouTube TV has been out for a few years now and one of the features it has always lacked is support for Apple’s default browser.

As of today, YouTube TV is now supported for Safari on the Mac.

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Previously, YouTube TV has only worked on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, but YouTube TV’s Help page does show that it does now have support for Safari.

The timing for this is great since the live TV streaming service did recently add the Hallmark channels just in time for its 2021 Countdown to Christmas original movies. Additionally, it can be used as a go-to streaming service for live sports since it has the ESPN networks, FS1, NFL Network, CBS Sports Network, select regional sports networks, local TV stations and other sports networks too.

YouTube TV currently costs $64.99 a month and is also available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

What are your thoughts on this upgrade to YouTube TV today? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

Appleosophy Weekly

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