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

The You Tube TV app running on a Google Pixel phone.                  Sarah Tew  CNET

The You Tube TV app running on a Google Pixel phone. Sarah Tew CNET

Search giant Google has started rolling out a new feature for users who use YouTube TV on their Android devices.

Some YouTube TV users have discovered a new voice remote feature in their app.

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This doesn't apply to YouTube TV on devices such as Roku or Android TV, but it will control content playing on your mobile device as well as casting content (you can even cast with a voice command). There will also be the ability to control your video's volume amongst other features. There are several different commands available, so if you've already gotten the voice remote or you just want to be prepared for when it does arrive, you can find a list of available voice commands right here. The feature will be added without a specific app update, but it is not now available to all users. 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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