YouTube TV now has a voice remote app feature

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One of the early features the company promised is a reminder in the YouTube app for users to take a break after a set amount of video watching. The feature will be added without a specific app update, but it is not now available to all users. Depending on the application you're using it may be referred to by different names.

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Since the YouTube TV "Voice Remote" feature is not yet part of a downloadable update, there is no choice but to wait for Google to make the official announcement.

As it is right now, most people will see a few options when you tap on the avatar icon in the top right of the YouTube application. You should also get a popup in the app to tell you about the new feature when it becomes available to you.

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