Youtube app support is coming to an end this month for Google TVs running version 1 or 2, and older Smart TVs manufactured before 2013.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! In this week’s episode, we talk about a few fun new games with no in-app purchases, Facebook, Amazon, and more!
Youtube has officially outed its plans for a subscription option that removes ads for users, while still giving revenue from the subscription fee to content creators.
Google will reportedly launch YouTube Live later this year, a service that will focus on live streaming games and e-sports.
Google has announced the addition of interactive cards to YouTube on both desktop and mobile. Cards are an evolution of annotations and will allow creators to inform viewers about other videos, merch, playlists, websites and more.
Google has just announced that YouTube now supports 360-degree video. For right now, videos are compatible with the Android app and videos embedded in Chrome, but the company will roll out compatibility for more platforms in the future.
In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about a few big game releases, Tinder Plus hating old people, Google Play’s birthday, and some MWC2015 madness!
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about a Square Enix RPG, a bunch of Google apps updates, YouTube Kids, and more Android apps news!
Starting today, the Android Youtube app now supports the ability to quickly trim off parts of your videos that you don’t want to share with the world.
Just officially announced: YouTube Kids features a simple, kid-friendly interface, stripped of non-essentials like comments.