The initial thing you’ll observe if you refurbish your YouTube app is that Google has updated its right away widespread +1 symbol to all videos in the app, and giving something your consent is right away only a click away. We’re not certain how Google is integrating the +1s in to the on the whole YouTube classification and ranking algorithm, but as of now, giving a video a +1 will simply increase that video to the list of calm that you’ve +1d in your Google+ profile. It’s sincerely simple, but unquestionably an easy way to label a video on your mobile phone to watch after that on your desktop.
Another key underline updated to this new YouTube chronicle is Watch it Later. Desktop users have had Watch It Later for months, and it’s basically a reserve so you can label a garland of videos and then watch them all in a row. This underline could be great for long train rides, as you can set up a array of videos to watch all in a row. To access this feature, only go to any video page, daub the + symbol at the tip of the screen, and choose Watch Later. Once you set up your queue, you can press Menu > Playlists > Watch It Later to access the reserve and fool around back your videos.
Finally, the new chronicle adds a underline for those of you who similar to to emanate and upload videos to YouTube right from your phone. Once you beginning the upload, you can amend all the video info right from that page withoutinterruptingyour upload. This is a change from the final version, where you had to wait for until the video ended uploading before you could amend that information.
Over all, the changes in the new YouTube app are comparatively small, but they unquestionably upgrade the mobile video-watching experience. Head to the Market and refurbish your app today!
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