yesterday youtube announced a forthcoming tv offering called youtube tv. the streaming service consists of a bundle of over 40 networks, including abc, cbs, fox, nbc, and espn. youtube red originals are thrown in too. when it launches this spring, the service will cost $35/month with no contracts or other commitments.upon launch, youtube tv will be available as a new app, separate from the standard youtube app. yesterday's blog post mentions an ios app, but there is no reference to an apple tv app. you can watch youtube tv on any screen—mobile, tablet or computer—and you can easily stream to your tv with a google chromecast or chromecast built-in tv. youtube tv works on both android and ios. while this could be a simple oversight, it appears that watching on the big screen will require a chromecast device. we'll have to wait until launch to see for sure. similarly, it's unknown at this point if the ios app will support picture in picture or split view on ipad. the lack of an apple tv app or ipad-specific features would make the service much less appealing to someone who watches most video on those devices.the full channel lineup for youtube tv.one of the biggest selling points for youtube tv is that it includes a cloud dvr with unlimited storage. the freedom to record anything and never worry about storage space is nice. especially since, unlike many traditional c...