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YouTube mobile app gets a facelift with three new tabs

Google has announced several changes to its YouTube mobile interface for both Android and iOS. The update, which debuts three new tabs: Home, Subscriptions and Account, is available for Android now and will be rolling out for iOS soon. Show More Summary

Say hello to the redesigned YouTube mobile app

If you watched a YouTube video recently, chances are you did it on your phone or tablet. That’s because today, more than half the views on YouTube happen using mobile devices. So to bring you an even better mobile experience, we’re updating...Show More Summary

YouTube for iOS updated w/ support for fullscreen vertical videos, mobile notifications

On the same night that VidCon kicks off in Los Angeles, Google has released a new version of YouTube for iOS. Earlier this week, the Android version of the app was updated with a fix for those annoying videos filmed vertically. Now, that update is making its way to iOS. Available now on the App Store, […]

YouTube amps up mobile -- and goes virtual

Google's massive video site is revamping its mobile app and says it will support 360-degree, three-dimensional video this year, opening the door to legit virtual-reality experiences.

App Store puts 100 iOS titles on sale for 99 cents, YouTube app updated with 'vertical video' support

In a pair of iOS App Store developments on Thursday, Apple put a collection of 100 titles up for sale priced at 99 cents each, while Google updated YouTube for iOS to make the "vertical video" viewing experience a bit more bearable.

Google's immersive storytelling app launches on iOS

Google is getting serious about 360-degree video content. And it's not only about supporting it through YouTube or, by extension, Cardboard. The search giant's also behind an app called Spotlight Stories, which it created with Motorola in 2013 and has been on Android since. Show More Summary

YouTube just launched a redesigned app and shared even more growth stats

YouTube just released a big update to its mobile app that adds video editing tools and makes it easier to keep track of channels you subscribe to. The app's navigation changed dramatically: Its main screen will now feature three tabs,...Show More Summary

YouTube redesigns app, will open creator spaces in Toronto and Mumbai

ANAHEIM, California — YouTube has redesigned its mobile app to put its creators' content "front and center" and is planning on adding two new creator spaces in Toronto and Mumbai, CEO Susan Wojcicki announced Thursday at Vidcon. Giving...Show More Summary

New YouTube app is rolling out now

YouTube Creators tweeted just a few mintes ago about its new app it they created. Here are the screenshots of the app posted by them in Twitter, the subs front and center: Check the tweet here. {Snapshots and news courtesy of YouTube Creators} The post New YouTube app is rolling out now appeared first on Techtektek - Latest information and life hacks on Philippine Tech.

Victorious Touts 300 Million App Engagements In Three Months, Announces New Execs

It’s been three months since Victorious, a startup launched by Bing Chen and Sam Rogoway, debuted the first wave of its mobile apps centered around the big personalities of YouTube stars. Since then, Victorious has already pulled in some big returns. Show More Summary

Victorious Says Its Video Apps Have Gotten 200M Views

Victorious, a startup building mobile apps where YouTube stars can interact with their “superfans,” says the strategy seems to be paying off. Specifically, since the first apps launched in April, they’ve seen a total of 250 million views and 300 million engagements, with fans creating 1 million pieces of user-generated content. Read More

YouTube App Will Display Vertical Videos ‘Properly’ When in Fullscreen Mode

People don’t like vertical videos. Boo-hoo. They may be a bit of an eye sore, but to help combat the way they look on mobile devices, the YouTube app for Android will now show vertical videos properly when you go into fullscreen mode. Show More Summary

Mobile videography just lost a big battle (GOOG)

An update to the Android version of the YouTube app was spotted by Android Police on Wednesday to support full-screen vertical videos. When you press the big screen icon on the bottom right of a video that was recorded vertically rather than horizontally in YouTube's current version, the video doesn't fill up your vertical screen. Show More Summary

Rejoice: YouTube on Android finally displays full screen vertical videos (as they should)

We know, the internet makes a really big deal about videos short in portrait mode, also known as “vertical videos.” Today, Google has finally caved and introduced full screen viewing for videos shot vertically in the YouTube app for Android devices.

YouTube is making vertical videos more bearable on Android screens

Vertical videos are among the most hated things on the Internet. But Google is making them more bearable by presenting them full screen on Android devices. The YouTube app previously showed vertical videos with two large black bars on either side of the screen. Show More Summary

YouTube app for Android now shows vertical video in full screen

The latest YouTube for Android update allows you to view vertically-recorded video in full screen... the way it should be.

Here's A Solution To The Vertical Video Problem

The YouTube for Android app will now expand vertically shot videos to fill the phone's screen. Rejoice! You've seen it before: A video, filmed by an upright smartphone, is squished between two black rectangles to make it fit into YouTube's horizontal video player. Show More Summary

YouTube Tweaks Android App to Hide Vertical Video Users' Shame

Apps like Periscope and Snapchat have embraced vertical footage and now YouTube is recognizing its worth too, fixing the way it shows full-screen vertical videos in its Android app.

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