YouTube TV is finding life inside a browser not built by Google.
The live TV service is now running on Firefox after previously being locked down to Chrome. The new development first spotted by Your Tech Explained isn’t a massive shock Google had promised support for other browsers would be coming, but it’s nice to see them hold true to that (though you’re still out of luck if you’re a loyal Safari or Edge user).
The $40 per month streaming service lets users watch and record content from channels like NBA TV, MLB Network, Comedy Central, MTV and CNN. It’s still a bit of a pricey sell, but as the service continues to add more networks, more capabilities and more options for viewing.