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Youtube’s TikTok Rival Shorts Launches in India

Youtube’s TikTok Rival Shorts Launches in India

President Trump had ordered a ban on TikTok until and unless purchased by a US entity. Earlier today, we learned Oracle reportedly beat Microsoft and won the bid for TikTok in the US. Other platforms like Snapchat and Instagram have already announced a TikTok rivaling feature. Now YouTube has announced Shorts, a feature that lets you upload 15-seconds short-form video.

YouTube Testing Picture-in-Picture Mode Support on iPad

YouTube Testing Picture-in-Picture Mode Support on iPad

YouTube has started testing native Picture in Picture support for its iOS app. While iPads have had support for PiP since iOS 9, YouTube never updated its app to add support for this feature. With iOS 14, Apple is bringing PiP to the iPhone as well.

iOS 14 Brings 4K YouTube Video Streaming Support to iPhone and iPad

iOS 14 Brings 4K YouTube Video Streaming Support to iPhone and iPad

Yesterday, Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC keynote. The iOS 14 comes with a bunch of new features, few of which are obscure/hidden. Now we have learned that iOS 14 supports 4K resolution on iPhone and iPad. The iOS 14 adds support for the VP9 codec which makes 4K possible.

You’re Not Alone: Gmail and YouTube Go Down for Many

You’re Not Alone: Gmail and YouTube Go Down for Many

Various users across the globe have started reporting that they’re unable to access multiple Google services such as Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. This might be the effect of millions of people increasing their internet bandwidth consumption amid the COVID-19  lockdown.

Sing along with YouTube Music as iOS App Gains Lyrics Feature

Sing along with YouTube Music as iOS App Gains Lyrics Feature

YouTube Music users will finally get a chance to sing along thanks to the new lyrics feature. Google announced the lyrics feature for YouTube Music on iOS and Android. This means that you no longer need to rely on your browser or a third-party app for lyrics.

Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube Limit Video Streaming Quality in EU Due to Coronavirus

Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube Limit Video Streaming Quality in EU Due to Coronavirus

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic forces companies and governments all over the world to advise people to work from home, video streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube have started downgrading video quality in some regions. This is to help preserve the internet bandwidth for people working from home.

YouTube Ditches the Trending Tab in Favour of New Explore Tab on Mobile

YouTube Ditches the Trending Tab in Favour of New Explore Tab on Mobile

YouTube’s new Explore Tab has replaced Trending. YouTube’s Explore Tab is rolling out for both Android and iOS users.  Google has detailed the new Explore Tab in a blog post and mentions that Explore will replace the Trending tab.

YouTube Redesigns Its HomePage with Lesser Videos, Add to Queue, More

YouTube Redesigns Its HomePage with Lesser Videos, Add to Queue, More

YouTube has redesigned its homepage. The updated homepage apparently sports a cleaner design and makes more space for videos and their titles. The update also bakes in new features like “Add to Queue” to the desktop version.

YouTube Music Adds a Button That Lets You Switch between Audio and Video Files

YouTube Music Adds a Button That Lets You Switch between Audio and Video Files

Google has updated the YouTube Music app with a new feature. The update gets a feature that allows users to switch between songs and music videos with a tap of the button.

Google’s YouTube Music and Google Play Music Reach 15 Million Subscribers Combined

Google’s YouTube Music and Google Play Music Reach 15 Million Subscribers Combined

The race to 100 million paid subscribers was won by Spotify not too long ago. And while Apple Music is reportedly leading the charge in the U.S., the last reported total was 50 million paid subs for Apple’s service. But what about Google, which, technically, has two different streaming music services?