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The new offering is combined efforts of YouTube TV and Google Home, as they were working together since last October to offer voice control over your live TV. If not, head into Settings and look for the Voice Remote option to toggle it on. Fire TV owners, for example, can use voice commands by pressing a button on their microphone, and Roku users enjoy similar functionality. We never saw the feature appear in the app, but we've been tipped that it has finally started rolling out. There are several different commands available, so if you've already gotten the voice remote or you just want to be prepared for when it does arrive, you can find a list of available voice commands right here. Moreover, one can also control the volume simply by their voice. According to some reports, the feature will only accessible for those with month subscription for a YouTube TV streaming by shelling out $40.