While Google’s official YouTube app offers a really solid video experience on the iPad, there are a few key features missing that you may be able to find elsewhere. This includes background playback, advert-free viewing and extensive parental controls simply not found in Google’s official app. Show More Summary
Android: Previously mentioned Peggo has always been a great tool to grab the audio from YouTube videos or Soundcloud songs so you can listen to it offline, like a podcast. Now the app is bringing its features to Android so you can listen on the go. Read more...
Our portfolio company YouNow is a broadcasting app that tends to be used by entertainers, youtubers, and young people in general. While not as well known as Periscope, it’s users are super into it and highly engaged. This week came the story that a singer/songwriter in the UK named Emma McGann got a song in […]
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about PewDiePie's new game, a potentially upcoming YouTube subscription, Need for Speed, and more!
YouTube announced changes to its kid-friendly YouTube Kids mobile application this week designed to better educate parents on how the app works and the protections it offers, following a number of complaints, including those to the FTC, from consumer watchdog organizations. Show More Summary
Google is bolstering parents' ability to control what their children can see on YouTube Kids, months after consumer groups complained that the app for youngsters still directed viewers to inappropriate content. In an update to the Kids app that will roll out in the coming weeks, YouTube will give adults a clearer choice as to whether to give their children […]
YouTube unveiled new features for its kids app Thursday, a move that underscores the video platform's efforts to make the app more family-friendly. "When we announced the app, we said YouTube Kids was our first step in reimagining YouTube for families," the Google-owned video platform said in a...
A couple of months back a new YouTube app was launched, it’s intended for kids and only surfaces videos that are deemed appropriate for children, plus parents get tools to curate their child’s experience on the app. It has since been...Show More Summary
YouTube has released new updates for its popular seven months old Kids app that now lets parents stream videos right to their televisions via Chromecast, Apple TV, and more. Additionally, it has added better support for parents to help them manage what their child can access along a variety of other features. Prior to today, […]
Google today said it plans to release a new version of YouTube Kids that will address some complaints about the app. The intent behind YouTube Kids was to give younger views a simpler way to watch videos curated for education and entertainment purposes. Show More Summary
It’s been a busy few months for YouTube Kids. In February, we released our app, designed especially for kids, to bring to life the best family-friendly content on YouTube. Since then, families have downloaded YouTube Kids more than 8...Show More Summary
YouTube Kids launched a little more than seven months ago, and it’s growing up so fast! The app, which gives children and their parents a selection of age-appropriate videos to their fingertips, has announced several new features, including...Show More Summary
When YouTube first launched its dedicated “Kids” app earlier this year, parents welcomed the opportunity to be able keep their children away from the more adult content found on the larger YouTube network, thanks the new app’s curated selection of kid-friendly videos. Show More Summary
YouTube's kid-friendly app arrived earlier this year, delivering a library of age-appropriate content for younger viewers. Now, the streaming software is moving beyond mobile devices. YouTube Kids is now available on your television, streaming to Chromecast, Apple TV, game consoles and smart TVs. Show More Summary
While nobody is denying the power of YouTube or Instagram’s video-sharing capabilities, there are other outlets—though substantially less popular or commonplace—worthy of not only being made mention, but actually being used to make real mobile video marketing happen. Still a bit lost? Here are three apps that deserve more credit than they’re currently getting.
Until Google decides to play nice (or when Hell freezes over), many of us are relying on high-quality third-party solutions for YouTube playback on Windows mobile devices. myTube is one such solution, available up until now as a WP8.1 and Windows 8.1 app. Ryken Apps is updating myTube for Windows 10, complete with a raft of new benefits.
Organizing a trip to New York, but getting distracted by wobbly recordings of the supermoon on YouTube? Fear not, as the planning will come to you via Google's newest advertising features: 'Customer Match' and 'Universal App Campaigns.'...Show More Summary
As Ad Week rolls into New York, the tech giants are rolling out their ad product news. Today Google announced moves further into Facebook-style targeting territory, with a new product called Customer Match that will let advertisers upload lists of emails and match them to signed-in Google users on Gmail, Search and YouTube. Show More Summary
We’re still not too sure what exactly Kylie Jenner’s new app is all about…but looks like she wants to show off her “grown up” body as much as possible… YouTube / Kylie Jenner
A mysterious and bizarre video of a supposed ‘merman’ being pulled from a lake, which was uploaded on YouTube and other video sharing websites late on Saturday night, is already beginning to take the internet by storm. The video appears to show a ‘merman’ being pulled out from a lake, put on a stretcher and... Show More Summary