YouTube TV 'Voice Remote' Feature Rolling Out For Some Users

Jason Cipriani  CNET

Jason Cipriani CNET

YouTube TV is one of the latter, and today's new feature is "voice remote". The new feature introduced is called as voice remote and it is an incremental update and presently available to some selected users.

For example, you can use your voice to change channels, play a particular channel, perform forward and rewind operations as well as adjust volume. Voice Remote does not require an app update. A popup explaining how the app works will appear if you are one of the chosen few to receive it now.

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To get started, you should be prompted to enable Voice Remote in YouTube TV the next time you open it. After doing that, a red microphone button appears that the user pushes to issue voice commands directly from their handset. Android Police notes that Google's already put up a support page, so it will likely show up for more people in time. Though the feature never brought up, it was quite evident that it will show up sooner or later and here are the dry runs for the same. According to some reports, the feature will only accessible for those with month subscription for a YouTube TV streaming by shelling out $40. Google may bring some goodies for them after the initial release.

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