Users with limited data allowances will appreciate the latest update to the YouTube Android app, which brings the ability to select the quality of video streaming.
Google is reportedly preparing to buy Twitch.tv, the video game streaming platform, for one billion dollars. Google’s YouTube unit and the fast growing streaming service have reached an agreement that could be announced imminently.
Today’s indie app of the day is Frequency. If YouTube and cable television had a baby, it would be Frequency. If you like watching web videos, check it out!
Aereo is in the broadcasters sights. Broadcasters acknowledge that anyone has the legal right to put up an antenna and connect it to their TV. But, they also seem to claim that doing the exact same thing remotely is illegal.
If you’re noticing that your YouTube icon on your Android device looks a little different, don’t worry, you don’t have one of those icky viruses that have (supposedly) been pestering millions of Android devices. What’s actually happened is Google has accidentally let out a test build of the YouTube app for public release.
At CES next week YouTube will show off 4K streaming using a new open-source codec that will make videos load faster and require less bandwidth. Read on for more!
The CyanogenMod custom ROM is now used by more 10 million Android device owners, as Cyanogen launches the official CyanogenMod YouTube account.
A new study shows that Google has five apps in the top 10 most used smartphone apps of 2013. Read on for more details!
According to new hints found in the Youtube apps’ code, Google may be preparing to launch a Youtube-branded “Music Pass” subscription service. Keep reading for more details!
According to a new report, Youtube is apparently preparing to launch its own music subscription service that will also focus on music videos.