YouTube’s TV streaming service now has an iOS app for iPhones and iPads. Google launched the plan last month.

Although there is now an iOS YouTube TV app, there is still no tvOS version for the Apple TV.

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The iOS app was made available Monday and supports Apple’s AirPlay feature, which means YouTube TV content can be seen on the Apple TV when both an iOS device and the Apple TV are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Airplay offers an alternative for YouTube TV subscribers.

The YouTube TV plan is priced at $35 a month, offering another option for cable cord-cutters. The streaming service includes channels: ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, NBC, Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, Comcast RSN (regional), ESPN, ESPN, ESPNews, ESPNU, Fox RSN (regional), FS1, FS2, Golf Channel, NBCSN, SEC Network, AMC, Bravo, Chiller, E!, Freeform, FX, FXM, FXX, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, Oxygen, SyFy, Universal HD, USA, YouTube Red Originals, CNBC, Fox Business, Fox News, MSNBC, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD and Sprout. YouTube TV recently added BBC America, Telemundo, AMC, NBC Universo, SundanceTV, We TV and IFC to its channel list last week.

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The plan also includes YouTube Red Originals and Showtime and Fox Soccer Plus are available as add-ons for a monthly charge of $11 and $15, respectively. The plan allows for the creation of six profiles per household, with each account getting tailored recommendations and cloud DVR with unlimited storage (recordings stored for nine months). The service allows for three streams simultaneously under one plan. YouTube TV is limited to Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area.

The iOS app for YouTube TV comes as rumors suggest the Amazon Prime Video app will come to the Apple TV. The app could be introduced next month at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Amazon is also expected to start reselling the Apple TV. The company had stopped selling the Apple TV and Google’s Chromecast devices in 2015.

YouTube TV service is competing with other streaming plans, including Netflix, HBO Now, Amazon Video and skinny bundles, such as Sling TV and DirecTV Now.

The streaming plan is especially going head-to-head with Hulu’s live TV service. The streaming company made deals with 21st Century Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, Turner Networks, A+E Networks and Scripps Networks for its $39.99 service. The TV plan also includes Hulu’s premium streaming service, original series and films.