YouTube TV continues to expand, with the service announcing on Tuesday that it has launched in its 100th service spot.
If you watch a lot of YouTube videos on your phone, then you might want to check YouTube’s newest list to see if your device supports the best possible viewing experience while you do.
Google Chrome has had an Incognito mode for quite some time now, and it looks like that particular feature is about to make the jump over to the YouTube app.
The YouTube app for Android will be getting its own Incognito mode today. Similar to the way the feature works for ... Read More »
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Lots of people turn to YouTube for most, if not all, of their video consumption. That includes videos related to news events, which is why Google has announced an effort to help users find quality, authoritative videos on news.
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Picture-in-picture support for YouTube on Android has been available for a bit, but only if you’re a paying subscriber to YouTube Premium. That is finally changing today.
Back in May, the brand new YouTube Music experience started rolling out to customers in the United States. Now the service is starting to arrive in more regions.
Just last week, the YouTube team published a quick rundown of what it has been working on and how YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium will change things up for subscription services under the Google/YouTube banner.
After confirming last night that YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium are both coming soon, Google has now provided more info on its official YouTube blog.
Heads up, YouTube TV subscribers, because two new channels are coming your way.
It has been rumored for quite some time that YouTube is working on launching a subscription music service, with many expecting that service to be named YouTube Remix.