Google is working on a new video app that will compete directly with Apple’s Watch and Roku.
Google’s YouTube app will allow you to watch a live stream of your favorite video clips, and then watch them at the touch of a button.
The feature is called “excellent pizzas,” according to Google’s blog post.
“Excellent pizza” is a term that describes the process of adding content to a video stream.
Video on demand apps typically have a similar feature, but Google wants to build on that to give users a better experience with video.
The new app will work in the background, and it will have its own YouTube channel, which will be curated by Google.
Google says that it will be able to show videos from the app to you through the Google Assistant on Android.
The Google Assistant will also appear on the video in the YouTube app.
The app will launch sometime in 2019, Google says.