Google Out With YouTube Kids
Feb24

Google Out With YouTube Kids

Only last week, rumors were rife of Google’s plan to launch a dedicated app for kids known as YouTube Kids. It is no longer mere speculations as the company on Monday announced the new app, which will be solely dedicated to kids, and protect them from adult content. While announcing the new app, Google said it had been looking at how their products were being used by families. To make it easier, the company also said it has been...

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YouTube To Offer Dedicated App For Kids
Feb20

YouTube To Offer Dedicated App For Kids

YouTube is reportedly planning to roll out a dedicated app designed specifically for kids. According to various sources, including Bloomberg, YouTube is looking for ways to expand its target audience. The app, which is due to be released by the Google-owned video streaming company next week, is called YouTube Kids, and will run on smartphones and tablets and will primarily be focused on content that suits kids. YouTube Kids is...

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Google Adds Chinese Of Its YouTube Channel For Developers
Feb17

Google Adds Chinese Of Its YouTube Channel For Developers

Google has announced a localized version of its YouTube channel for Developers in China. This is in continuation of the company’s plans to make its Android platform open to developers in that country, where access to the Internet is highly restricted by the government. “Today (Monday), the Google Developer Platform team is launching a Chinese language and captioned YouTube channel, aiming to make it easier for the developers in China...

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YouTube Experimenting With Non-Stop Radio Feature Based On Current YouTube Videos
Feb13

YouTube Experimenting With Non-Stop Radio Feature Based On Current YouTube Videos

Reports indicate that Google-owned YouTube appears to be experimenting with a new feature known as “YouTube Radio,” which will expand its current “YouTube Mix” playlist feature to provide non-stop radio station that will be based on currently playing video. The feature, which is descried as a “non-stop radio station based on current video,” will allow YouTube users to easily customize the experience to some extent with options to...

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YouTube Rolls Out Experimental Feature That Lets You Choose From Multiple Camera Angles
Feb04

YouTube Rolls Out Experimental Feature That Lets You Choose From Multiple Camera Angles

YouTube has announced an experimental feature that will allow you to choose from multiple camera angles. The new feature will improve the way you stream content online, according to The Next Web. “We’re testing a new feature that allows YouTube creators to upload videos from different camera angles from the same performance, letting fans choose their view and how they want to experience your video,” the company said today....

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YouTube Now Streams HTML5 By Default
Jan28

YouTube Now Streams HTML5 By Default

YouTube now streams HTML5 videos by default on a web browser. The announcement was made on Tuesday by the company. The Google-owned video streaming website also used the occasion of Tuesday’s announcement made on its official blog to reveal that it is “depreciating” the old Flash-based embeds and Flash API from YouTube. YouTube explained in Tuesday’s post how the advancement in the use of HTML5 for video playing, along with...

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