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.
Microsoft says that it’s happy to bring ads to the Windows Phone YouTube app, if Google gives them
Based on the portrayal of Google in one of Microsoft’s more recent TV ads, it may look like Google is in a bind with Apple over phones, while Microsoft sits the fight out and generally just keeps enjoying its peaceful existence. However, reality could not possibly be farther from the truth. Microsoft is currently battling with Google for the right to let users download and use a Windows Phone-based YouTube app for, well, watching YouTube videos on Windows Phone. But apparently, Google doesn’t want that. And according to an exclusive report on The Verge, Google has now issued a cease…
After signing exclusive music deals with both Sony and Universal Music Group, Google is reportedly planning to launch its new music streaming service at Google I/O 2013.
The Google-sponsored WebM Project has now announced it is putting the finishing touches on its upcoming VP9 video codec, which is expected to make its way over to YouTube later this year.
YouTube has started a pilot paid subscription program, offering content creators another method of monetizing their work. Find out more in the rest of the article.
According to the Financial Times, the new subscription based service could be rolled out as early as this week. Pricing is slated to start at $1.99 per month, with up to 50 channels looking to utilize the subscription based model.
Would you be interested in a paid subscription to YouTube?