This week, Google announced that it is rolling out a new sharing and chat feature in its mobile YouTube app to users. Here’s a look. More Reading:
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Google announced a new app called YouTube Go. It’s designed to help users in developing countries (with limited connectivity) to save videos for offline viewing.
Google launched its new YouTube Red service (U.S. only) this week and it offers a free 30-day trial. Here’s a look at how to get started with it.
YouTube is rolling out a new features to users that will automatically play the next video in the suggested list. Here’s how to disable it if it annoys you.
Do you want to create a GIF out of a portion of a YouTube video, but the hassle of actually doing it brings you down? Here’s the easy way to do it.
If you want to upload an MP3 to YouTube instead of a video, usually you need to go through a complicated process. Here’s a service that makes it easier.
YouTube arguably has one of the largest music collections online. The Streamus extension for Chrome turns it into your personal music player and library.
Announced on the YouTube blog, users found out that YouTube is now on Roku. But there’s a bit of a catch: For now it’s only available on the Roku 3.
YouTube isn’t seeing much love over its new Google+ comment integration. The number of those willing to put their name on the opposing ballet are rising into 6 digits.
YouTube accounts are now locked in with Google+ as the search engine giant updated its commenting system today. Users that want to remain anonymous will have to create a separate Google+ page or change their Google+ profile to a pseudo-name.
This is an old VLC player trick that I recently found myself using while on my laptop. There are better methods for downloading YouTube videos, but it’s nice to know it can be done with just a media player.
We have all the details on a new eater egg found in YouTube which spins up a free game of Missile Command. Defend the videos from the enemy!
YouTube channels on Roku seem to get shut down quickly. VideoBuzz, one of the better YouTube channels, was shut down last month, but now it’s back with a new deployment method.
When watching YouTube on a slow Internet connection, nothing is more annoying than a buffering video. SmartVideo for YouTube helps fix that, and offers a lot of other cool features.