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Meizu Pro 7 Plus review

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the first Android Apps Weekly of 2016! This week we talk about Final Fantasy IX, T-Mobile, YouTube, and some new Android apps and games!
by Joe HindyJanuary 3, 20169

YouTube is unhappy about T-Mobile throttling video data

YouTube and other video streaming companies have complained that US carrier T-Mobile is throttling data speeds when consumers try to access their videos.
by Robert TriggsDecember 23, 201518

Google’s immersive 360-degree Spotlight Stories make their way to YouTube

Google's Spotlight Stories, which first appeared on the original Motorola Moto X, have just made their way to YouTube.
by Jimmy WestenbergDecember 22, 2015

YouTube to receive background downloading and pause buffering

Sundar Pichai has announced that YouTube will receive background downloading and pause buffering features in the future, to help deal with poor connections.
by Robert TriggsDecember 16, 201515

Movies and TV shows might be heading to YouTube Red

According to the WSJ, YouTube has been meeting with Hollywood executives to negotiate licenses for film and TV content.
by Robert TriggsDecember 3, 20158

Subscriptioned to death! | Podcast 041

Black Friday is fast approaching, but do we have enough money to spare if we are subscribed to too many services?
by Joshua VergaraNovember 23, 20153

YouTube Music finally launches on Android, 14-day free trial available as well

Google has finally brought its YouTube Music application to the Google Play Store.
by Jimmy WestenbergNovember 12, 201511

YouTube Red, Google’s ad-free video service, arrives for just $9.99 per month (Updated)

Google has just announced YouTube Red, a new video service that will offer completely ad-free videos and more for just $9.99 per month.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 28, 201570

YouTube Music app launching alongside YouTube Red

in addition to announcing its new YouTube Red subscription plan, Google has also unveiled a new app called YouTube Music that will cater to those looking for music-related YouTube content.
by Andrew GrushOctober 21, 20159

YouTube Gaming now lets you record and live stream directly from your Android device

Thanks to its latest update, YouTube Gaming will now let you record and live stream gaming content directly from your Android device using a new feature called Mobile Capture.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 15, 20157
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