While YouTube TV aims to cut the cord, for folks who haven’t wanted to use Chromecast (or Apple’s AirPlay) to watch content on their TV, the option hasn’t really been a good one.
Owners of the Amazon Echo Show were in for a big surprise as Google removed the YouTube app from the home assistant. It seems like Amazon had no prior intimation regarding the removal, which has seemingly left Amazon, and not to mention the customers, quite surprised.
Today, YouTube officially announced a brand new update to its iOS app, which will allow users to live stream more content and add better moderation tools for its chat system.
Today is a big day for the Google-owned YouTube platform, as the company announces a few new changes.
Earlier this year, Google released YouTube TV service is five U.S. cities before expanding it to 10 more markets last month. Now, Google is expanding its TV-like subscription service to 14 more cities in the US.
Earlier this year, YouTube introduced messaging support for iOS and Android users, but it was restricted to only users in Canada.
While YouTube is one of the best places to watch your favorite videos, one of the major drawbacks is the inability to download these videos to your iPhone or iPad. Sometimes, you may want to download a video to watch it later in offline mode or share it with your friends. Well, this is not possible as of yet.
When the original iPhone launched, there was a retro TV-inspired app icon that was meant to represent YouTube, which, at the time, was a built-in app in the mobile operating system.
Google today updated the Youtube TV app for iOS to add AirPlay support to it. The YouTube TV app is Google’s s streaming TV service that is available in selected cities in the US, including New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
In 2016, YouTube rolled out mobile live streaming to the core app, allowing iOS users (and Android users) to stream to the social video network.