Google has announced that its YouTube mobile apps will get an offline viewing mode at some point in November, without offering too many details about how the new feature will work.
In the video, Kit Kat tells us just how great something — which is pretty much unchanged — is now totally redesigned, and somehow better than ever. Sound familiar?
The Google Now-esque cards have made their way to YouTube, and the slide-out menu has been redesigned. Interestingly enough, the first thing on the menu is “Uploads”, leading us to believe YouTube is concentrating on creation and uploads more than before.
Microsoft claims that Google is purposely blocking its YouTube app for Windows Phone, following a dispute over in-app advertising and video downloading.
Did you get a Chromecast before they rapidly sold out? Awesome! Then we’ve got a few tips and tricks to enhance your Chromecasting experience! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Information gleaned from Google’s support pages and the latest update to the Play Music app suggests that Chromecast is a service that will let users stream media from their mobile devices to TVs and other equipment.
Responding to forum users on a YouTube post, a tipster shared what he knows about Android 4.3, but also about stock Android apps and the Play Store. Read on for more details!
A new update for the official YouTube Android app is in the works, reportedly bringing a new feature to the app, the ability to watch a video while looking for other videos inside the app. Read on for more details!
Google is allegedly asking Smart TV manufacturers for preferential treatment for its YouTube app, in a move that some call “coercive sales tactics.”
It’s YouTube’s eighth anniversary, and Google’s video streaming service took the opportunity to thank its users for everything.