YouTube is reportedly bringing multiview feature to March madness. Now subscribers will be able to watch and stream up to four preselected streams all at the same time.
YouTube is Reportedly Bringing Multiview Feature to March Madness
Google has now unveiled a multiview upgrade to YouTube TV, its live TV streaming service. The new upgrade will allow users to watch up to four streams at the same time which is just in time for March madness.
The feature which is in early access at the moment will let members watch up to four preselected streams in their “Top Picks For You” section, a spokesperson from Google revealed to CNET that “for the initial launch it’s only the channels that have NCAA tournament games on them.” They stated that multiview will be available on sports content in the nearest future, but h company however was exploring its user “across the variety of content YouTube TV has to offer.”
The Functionality Will Be Rolling Out To All Subscribers in the Coming Months According To Google
Google says that the functionality will be rolling out to all subscribers over the next couple of months and it will work regardless of the smart TV or streamer a user has. The company also says that the feature utilizes technology that it initially developed for YouTube creators to Go Live Together.
And as far as multiview is concerned, FuboTV is the only other live TV streaming platform that offers it although the now defunct PlayStation Vue once had it too. DirecTV U-Verse meanwhile also includes the multiview feature for its satellite customers.
YouTube TV Is One of the Best Live TV Streaming Services
YouTube TV at $65 is one of the best live TV streaming services out there. The service as you should know is due to start exclusively streaming NFL Sunday Ticket in the latter part of the year.