Google has jumped into the cord-cutter game with YouTube TV, offering live TV without signing a contract.For $35 per month, you can watch 44 different channels via YouTube TV. Some of those channels are ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CW, ESPN, Disney, Disney Jr., National Geographic, USA, FX, FXX, Syfy, Bravo, Oxygen, Sprout, E! and FreeForm. Google\u2019s announcement included the full run-down, as well as intentions to partner with local TV stations to get local news and sports.It\u2019s not the lowest cord-cutter price for the same number of channels, considering you can get 44 channels via Sling TV for $25 per month. But people are watching a billion hours of YouTube per month, and Google is betting its service can compete.YouTube TV membership allows six accounts for the $35 monthly price tag with three concurrent streams. The biggest plus is likely the fact that each of the six accounts comes with its own personal unlimited amount of DVR storage. It\u2019s not unlimited storage forever, but it will be stored in the cloud for nine months. If you have internet access, you would be able to tap into those recordings at any time and fast forward through the commercials that come along with live TV.Google\u2019s announcement put it like this:A cloud DVR, with no storage limits. With YouTube TV, you\u2019ll be able to record live TV and never run out of storage. Your cloud DVR can record as many shows as you want, simultaneously, without using precious data or space on your phone, and we\u2019ll store each of your recordings for nine months.Watching YouTube TV means watching it on any Android or iOS mobile device or computer. If you want to watch YouTube TV on your TV, you will need Google Chromecast or a TV that has built-in Chromecast. Unless, of course, you want to watch NFL football, then watching on your TV is off limits due to Verizon\u2019s deal with the NFL.Membership also grants access to YouTube Red Originals, YouTube\u2019s version of original shows like Netflix and Amazon Prime both offer. YouTube Red usually costs $9.99 per month. If you watch it via YouTube TV, expect to see ads.In fact, Wired said you might not want to expect an ad-free experience with YouTube TV: \u201cNo matter what you watch or what you watch it on, you may see ads\u2014Google, being Google, and its network partners can sell ads on YouTube TV to bring in additional revenue.\u201dYouTube TV will be available only in the U.S. It\u2019s starting in the largest markets, with plans to expand to more cities across the country. Showtime and\/or soccer can be added for additional fees.