YouTube to launch YouTube Music Key, while Google updates Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key. Likely to sell both Music Key subscription services together for $10/month.
If you’re a video purist rocking a large Full HD device, 1080p streaming could be a desirable feature. If that’s the case, a relatively straightforward editing of your device’s build.prop file could help trigger the availability of the feature.
In this week’s episode we talk about XBMC, Libre Office, and Xbox One streaming coming to Android along with more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Youtube for Android has now added 1440p as an option, providing the video and Android device both support the resolution.
YouTube has now received a new update, bringing several changes to Playlists and likely a few other minor bug fixes.
Yet another source confirms that Google and Twitch are in advanced acquisition talks.
Venture Beat reports that the two companies have signed an agreement for a figure around the $1 billion mark, though the precise sum, or the moment when the acquisition will be made public, are not clear.
Movies and TV shows purchased through the Google Play store can now be streamed through the Android YouTube app.
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!