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YouTube TV won't work with App Store subscriptions after March 13th

engadget Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Starting on March 13th, Google will no longer allow people to subscribe to YouTube TV through the App Store. In an email obtained by MacRumors, the company says not only will it stop accepting new App Store subscriptions next month, but it will also...
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