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YouTube now supports 360-degree video on desktop and mobile

Google has just announced that YouTube now supports 360-degree video. For right now, videos are compatible with the Android app and videos embedded in Chrome, but the company will roll ...
by Jimmy WestenbergMarch 13, 20155

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

In this week's Android Apps Weekly, we talk about a few big game releases, Tinder Plus hating old people, Google Play's birthday, and some MWC2015 madness!
by Joe HindyMarch 6, 20156

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

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about a Square Enix RPG, a bunch of Google apps updates, YouTube Kids, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyFebruary 27, 20154

Youtube app now lets you easily trim your videos

Starting today, the Android Youtube app now supports the ability to quickly trim off parts of your videos that you don’t want to share with the world.
by Andrew GrushFebruary 27, 20156

(Update: now official!) A YouTube app just for kids is coming February 23

Just officially announced: YouTube Kids features a simple, kid-friendly interface, stripped of non-essentials like comments.
by Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 23, 201523

High fives and fist bumps, here’s Google’s latest Android commercial

Google has launched their latest Android commercial, last time was cute animals, this time is high flying high-fives and some monstrously skillful fist bumps. "Be together. Not the same."
by Jonathan FeistFebruary 15, 201538

YouTube now defaults all videos to HTML5 on the web

YouTube has finally began defaulting all videos on the web to HTML5. The standard reduces bandwidth consumption, helps alter resolution streaming on the fly, and much more.
by Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 27, 201520

NFL highlights are coming to YouTube and Google

Although the NFL currently has an official NFL channel on YouTube, this agreement will allow for people to see in-game highlights during a game.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 26, 2015

Youtube is rolling out a built-in GIF creator

A new built-in Youtube GIF generator has appeared in the share section under a select number of Youtube videos. The feature should be rolling out to more videos in the near future.
by Robert TriggsDecember 12, 201410

YouTube offline playback now available in India, Indonesia, and the Philippines

Google has finally switched on YouTube’s offline playback capability, starting with India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 11, 201415
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