YouTube TV is a very interesting service but it’s limited to only a few markets. Thankfully, Google has finally deemed it time to expand.
In a few weeks, YouTube TV is coming to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.
YouTube has long supported 360-degree video, but let’s be honest: It’s mostly useless. Having a full 360-degree view is rarely useful for most videos, so Google decided to create a new format called VR180.
This new format is not just a 360-degree video cut in half. It’s much sharper and features stereoscopic 3D, giving it ... Read More »
This is a change some of you might have already seen. The feature has slowly been rolling out to a select group of people, and now Google has made it official. The mobile YouTube app has received a new interface, moving the tabs to the bottom for ... Read More »
Google knows a lot of people out there spend a lot of time using YouTube, but it’s always looking for ways to help you consume more content. Google makes tweaks to YouTube in the hope that they’ll make it easier for you to find new content to watch and stick around a bit longer.
YouTube Kids is a version of YouTube age-gated so kids can watch it without finding anything made for mature audiences. With tons of content and 8 million weekly active viewers, it’s a great way for your kids to safely watch YouTube on a phone or tablet.
Area 120 was created by Google last year, and it allows employees to use their “20 percent time” on approved side projects. Now, a group out of Area 120 has officially launched an app called Uptime. With it, users will be able to connect with friends, find new ones, and ... Read More »