One week ago, YouTube Red became official. With the new subscription service, Google is offering individuals the opportunity to get rid of advertisements that appear on the video-centric service for a minimal monthly cost.
The subscription actually offers a bit more in terms of benefits for that monthly subscription, which runs $9.99 per month. For ... Read More »
You’ve watched a YouTube ad, which means you’ve seen an advertisement, too. Whether that ad was skippable in a matter of seconds, or forced you to watch it for up to a minute probably, it doesn’t matter to most people. They’d just prefer the ads go away altogether. Luckily, Google has you covered. Finally.
YouTube Gaming officially went live at the tail end of August and positioned itself as the largest competitor to the reigning streaming champion, Twitch. Now YouTube Gaming is adding another trick to its arsenal to try and net more users and viewers.
Google has made it known that it will soon be supporting YouTube Gaming on ... Read More »
Twitch is extremely popular these days. It’s a livestreaming site where people can stream themselves playing video games while others watch, chat, and interact with the streamer. It has brought a new level of interacting with popular online video game personalities, and people are taking full advantage of it.
So long, Google+. It was nice knowing you. Since its inception, Google has had a rough time fitting Google+ into your daily web-surfing routine. It was supposed to be the hub for all of your Google activities, from YouTube to photo storage, all while functioning as a Facebook and Twitter replacement. But after years ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
Digital brands are desperately looking for a way to ground themselves in reality, and traditional brands are desperately looking for a way to seem connected and forward thinking. This is apparently what it looks like when those two things come together.