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YouTube TV can be now watched using Firefox

05 April 2018 4

YouTube TV is one of the best for stream video content with its wide collection of videos outnumbering any other such service. However, when it came to expanding to new platforms, Google kept it quite restricted. Well, it seems like that’s a thing of the past now as Firefox has just been let in on the fun! If you didn’t know this already, you do now. You can now watch YouTube TV on your Firefox browser.


It seems like Firefox’s improvement with its Quantum browser may have made Google reconsider keeping YouTube strictly to its app and only accessible via the Chrome browser. Very silently and quietly, Google added Firefox to its support list for YouTube TV. The company’s support page can be viewed online and the changes have already been reflected in the most recent update. However, there’s no particular version of Firefox mentioned. Does this mean that it would work with any version of Firefox?

To be on the safe side, make sure to be on the latest version of Firefox to ensure everything runs smoothly. The company’s support page does mention that “more browsers” will receive support in the future. How many or when still remains a mystery! Make sure to give it a try and share your experience with us in the comments section below.


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