Google has rolled out an update to its Android app, Google TV, that will allow users to watch YouTube video with Google Fiber.
Google says the app will be available for download today for Android phones and tablets.
Google also says it will roll out the video streaming service for Android TV devices later this year.
Google’s new app for Google TV is available for Android devices at a discounted price of $0.99 per month for 30 days.
The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store for free.
Users will be able to watch video with the app via the “Video” section of the YouTube home screen, Google says.
They’ll also be able see the Google Fiber logo on the bottom right corner of the video, which can be used to indicate that the app is currently streaming video.
The app will also be available in the Google Video app for Apple TV, which was released in October and will be compatible with Google TV.
Google is offering the new Google TV app for free for 30 consecutive days.
Google is also offering a free 30-day trial of the app for any device running Android TV, as well as the free 30 days trial of its YouTube app for iOS.
Google says the Google TV application allows users to stream video on a number of devices, including Android smartphones, tablets, PCs, and more.
For example, if you’re a smartphone user who wants to watch Google TV on your phone, you can access the YouTube app from your phone and watch Google Fiber content.
Google also says the new video streaming application will work on Windows PCs and Macs, and on Windows Phones running Google Cast.
Google has also released a version of the GoogleTV app for iPhone, which will be bundled with the Google Cast streaming service.