YouTube Tricks You Probably Didn’t Know

Chances are most of us are quite familiar with YouTube. YouTube is the largest video channel on the Internet with more than 1 billion users visiting each month after all. We can enjoy a variety of videos on YouTube like comedy, pranks, interviews, tutorials, and live events. I bet you have been enjoying countless of … Continue reading YouTube Tricks You Probably Didn’t Know

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New YouTube iOS app arrives, gives service a home on iPhone 5

New YouTube iOS app arrives, gives service a home on iPhone 5. YouTube is set to be without a home on the iPhone 5, so Google has released a new version of the service for iOS. The app brings advertising to the service for the first time on iOS and is available from the Apple … Continue reading New YouTube iOS app arrives, gives service a home on iPhone 5

How to Enable the New YouTube Design Now

Word on the street is that YouTube has a slick new design. It’s a revamped homepage with some pretty tight Google+ social integration and content discovery features. But if you’ve fired up your trusty Internet machine and the new YouTube hasn’t yet appeared for you, don’t fret. Our friends at The Verge have figured out … Continue reading How to Enable the New YouTube Design Now

How to Enable the New YouTube Design Now

Word on the street is that YouTube has a slick new design. It’s a revamped homepage with some pretty tight Google+ social integration and content discovery features. But if you’ve fired up your trusty Internet machine and the new YouTube hasn’t yet appeared for you, don’t fret. Our friends at The Verge have figured out … Continue reading How to Enable the New YouTube Design Now

YouTube Debuts New Movies Section With 400 Free, Full-Length Films

YouTube has launched a fresh Movies category on its website, gathering about 400 full-length films for your on-demand viewing pleasure, all free of charge. The renewed section, which is actually more like the next step in previously announced projects, comes courtesy of deals the Google company struck with U.S. studios like Lionsgate, MGM and Sony … Continue reading YouTube Debuts New Movies Section With 400 Free, Full-Length Films