YouTube TV will now appear in its interface, allowing you to stream movies you’ve purchased through all Google services. You can browse and buy/rent from one entertainment app in addition to having access.
It all begins with a new “Purchased” section in the Library tab on mobile, which joins Shows, Movies, Sports, and Events. “Recordings & Purchases” has been replaced with a new tab at the bottom of the page on the site. Sort by alphabetical order or by “Recently bought.”
When browsing for videos, “YouTube Movies” will appear alongside any VOD channels or saved recordings as a purchasing option. For content that wasn’t available in the cord-cutting service before, you’d have to open the YouTube app.
This ability to watch movies on YouTube TV is available now on Android, iOS, and the web. Still, Apple’s platform does not allow purchases, possibly to avoid giving the iPhone and iPad maker a share of the content. YouTube TV applications for smart televisions are also available.
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