Posted October 06, 2018 05:00:16 A little more than a week after launching Pluto TV, YouTube has finally rolled out the service to all Pluto users, according to a tweet from the YouTube CEO.
The Pluto TV service launched earlier this month, allowing users to watch Pluto movies and videos on a single account.
The service also has a number of other features, including streaming video to Pluto users from a variety of devices.
Pluto TV allows viewers to browse the Pluto map and view a wide range of movies, TV shows, documentaries and other media on a 360-degree viewing experience.
Pluto users also have the option to view videos and music on a Pluto mobile device, while Pluto TV is also available on Roku devices and Android devices.
YouTube recently updated Pluto’s app to add a new feature called “Live TV” that allows users to listen to live TV broadcasts on their mobile devices.
This new feature was originally announced for the service’s beta phase in March.
In addition to Pluto TV’s streaming capability, Pluto TV users can also stream movies and TV shows from other apps on their device.
YouTube and Netflix also offer streaming apps to Pluto, and Pluto users can watch movies and other TV shows through their Pluto account.
YouTube says Pluto TV has a “broad range of live content,” which includes documentaries, news, sports and more.
In a statement, YouTube said it will continue to work with the Pluto community and plans to continue working with local broadcasters to ensure that the service works well with their local viewers.