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Add "GIF" to the Start of YouTube Links to Convert Videos to GIF

Web: GIF YouTube is a simple web app with a single purpose. It wants to convert YouTube videos into short GIFs, and make it easy for you to remember how to do that. Read more...

This Tool Makes It Super Easy To Turn A YouTube Video Into A Gif

We've written about a number of different apps and sites that let you turn a video into a GIF, but a new tool called GIF YouTube is our new favorite. The tool was created by three Harvard dropouts who decided that their time would be best spent enabling GIF-making. Show More Summary

GIF YouTube, An Online Tool for Creating Animated GIFs From YouTube Videos

last monthOdd : Laughing Squid

GIF YouTube is a handy online tool by the Glyphic app team that creates animated GIFs from YouTube videos. Users need only provide a link to the video, specify a time for the GIF to start, and how long it should be. Adding “gif” directly in front of the word “youtube” in a link will […]

Turn Any YouTube Video Into A GIF By Just Adding “GIF” To The URL

Want to turn something on YouTube into a GIF, but don’t want to futz with downloading third-party apps or digging around for an online converter? Here’s a handy, easy to remember trick: just add “GIF” to the beginning of the URL. After “www.” and before “” Like so: . So, for example, you’d… Read More

Friday Round-Up: YouTube on TV, Square makes an appointment and more

It’s round-up time! Let’s see what the internet has been up to this week. YouTube Updates the TV App If you use a streaming or gaming device to watch YouTube videos on TV, you’re in for a treat. YouTube is rolling out an app update that will make it easier to find new videos from […]

Looks Like YouTube Has Been Completely Redesigned For TV Sets

The visual refresh looks not unlike YouTube’s iOS and Android apps, complete with a pretty, scrollable sidebar and a special focus on playlists. More »      

When Sharks Attack The Internet, Most People Want Net Neutrality, And More… [Tech News Digest]

Also, the great and good from the tech world douse themselves, YouTube looks better on your TV, IFTTT adds Giphy GIFs, Tom Hanks releases free typewriter app, and judging people by what they watch on Netflix. Sharks Are Attacking Undersea Cables Google has been forced to strengthen its undersea fiber-optic cables to protect them from sharks. Show More Summary

Looks like YouTube's been completely redesigned for TV sets.

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Looks like YouTube's been completely redesigned for TV sets. The visual refresh looks not unlike YouTube's iOS and Android apps, complete with a pretty, scrollable sidebar and a special focus on playlists. Read more...

Watching YouTube on TV just got a zillion times better

YouTube is rolling out a refreshed version of YouTube apps for set-top boxes, smart TVs, and game consoles.

Xbox One YouTube app gets revamped UI, will roll out soon to other TV devices

If you own an Xbox One and checked out the console's dedicated YouTube app sometime in the last 24 hours or so, you may have noticed that the app has an all new user interface. Today, Google offered more details about the YouTube TV app revamp, which will be rolled out to other set-top boxes, game consoles and smart televisions in the coming weeks and months.

YouTube's redesigned TV app puts focus on channels and playlists

Today YouTube announced it's rolling out a new TV interface that's specifically been "designed for the big screen." The updated app is already available on Xbox One, and should be available for other set-top boxes in the very near future. Show More Summary

YouTube for TV redesigned with left-hand guide, subscriptions, recommendations, and channel pages

YouTube today announced it has redesigned its TV app to make it easier to find the videos you want to watch from your couch. The big screen app has already started rolling out to the Xbox One, and the Google-owned company says it isShow More Summary

YouTube refreshes television app for set-top boxes, game consoles and smart TVs

If you use YouTube's app on your TV, get ready for a new UI (finally!). The app has a much cleaner look now, in line with Google's Material Design, and includes features that you're used to seeing on your computer, smartphone and tablet, such as a...

A new 10-foot user interface for YouTube is debuting on the Xbox One

last monthTechnology : GigaOM

The YouTube app on your television may be getting a makeover:  has updated the interface for its YouTube App for TV to reduce the number of clicks needed to get around menus armed only with a remote control. The update has already rolled...Show More Summary

YouTubers Do Kim Kardashian (The Game)

We're super excited to introduce the first episode of our series looking at trending apps and mobile games. For our inaugural episode, we would like to take a look at Kim Kardashian: Hollywood with YouTubers Brock Baker, Jacks Films,...Show More Summary

Use Any Smartphone to Remotely Control YouTube on a Computer

Some of you probably don't know this, but YouTube on your PC or laptop can actually be controlled from any smartphone, without installing any apps or linking the two over a network. All you need to do is use YouTube TV. Read more...

Facebook Messenger Steals Your Soul, Snipp3t Stalks Celebrities, And More… [Tech News Digest]

Also, Windows Phone hits 300,000 apps milestone, YouTube stars are insanely popular among teenagers, Microsoft creates hyperlapse videos, Facebook bans begging for Likes, and Big Brother is listening via your bag of chips. Facebook Messenger...Show More Summary

YouTube Acquires Directr for Creating Small Business Videos

Google is adding to its toolbox for small businesses. Google-owned video platform YouTube recently announced it has acquired Directr. Directr is a mobile app intended to simplify the process of creating small business videos including perhaps video ads to run on YouTube and elsewhere. Show More Summary

Teen Choice 2014: Shazam is the new black for YouTube generation

In case you didn't know, one of the 2014 Teen Choice Awards sponsors is the song-identifying app Shazam. You should have been able to figure that out based on the fact that it was said about 30 times in the span of two minutes.It wasn't just a commercial, though. Show More Summary

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