Tag Archive: YouTube


How to save videos in YouTube for Android

There’s so much to watch on YouTube, you can’t possibly watch it all.

And it’s always the same story: you’ve spent twice as long as you intended to sitting there watch mindless YouTube videos when you find one you know you’re gonna love, but if you don’t get moving now, you’re gonna be late and get fired. But when you come back later you can’t remember what that video was! Then the only time you can watch  [Read More…]

YouTube rolling out fresh interface for Android TV

After over a year, we have a nice big YouTube update.

YouTube‘s new Android TV interface is now rolling out, hopefully solving some of the issues people have reported that have led to a pretty horrid rating for the app in the Play Store. The new interface makes it a bit easier to browse on a big screen with some larger interface elements and new tabs running across the main home screen.  [Read More…]

YouTube TV expands into 10 new markets

Google has announced that YouTube TV will expand into 10 new markets including Dallas, Orlando, Atlanta, Charlotte, and more.

How to pause and clear your YouTube history

We all have videos we’d rather forget.

YouTube hosts a lot of fascinating, entertaining, and educational content. It also hosts a lot of trash, and we’d rather not have that trash in our search histories, our watch histories, or in the YouTube recommendations that are generated from those histories. Do you want Google to autocomplete to “red hot baby mommas” every time you start looking for a Red Hot Chili Peppers video? Did you forget to switch  [Read More…]

How to enable family sharing on YouTube TV

You can share your monthly online cable subscription with up to five other people.

Did you know that a $ 35-a-month subscription to YouTube TV gets you access for your friends and family, too? Google lets you share your membership with up to five people at no additional cost. You can easily create a family group and manage it as you need, though you can only do so from the web. Here’s how.

Go to https://tv.youtube.com/?settings=personal. Under  [Read More…]

YouTube TV vs. Sling TV: Which one is worth the monthly subscription fee?

Should you pick Google’s live TV service that’s limited by area, or does Sling TV’s tiered pricing seem more up your alley?

The greatest gift given to me by Google and Sling is the promise of live TV wherever I am on whatever device I have in my hand — as long as I’m paying the monthly subscription fee, of course. I’ve missed cable so very much; the on demand way of life is certainly appealing when  [Read More…]

YouTube changes its app interface yet again, moving to bottom tab navigation

A subtle tweak that should simplify the experience for many users.

YouTube is once again tweaking its Android app interface, aiming to hopefully clean things up and make the most-used YouTube functions easier to quickly reach. The crux of the new interface is the move to a bottom navigation bar that lets you quickly tap one of five tabs: home, trending, subscriptions, shared and library. The trending and subscription tabs use a  [Read More…]

RaveVR lets you watch YouTube with friends in virtual reality

Can’t join your friends for the feature presentation? This Daydream- and Gear VR-compatible app lets you hop into a virtual room and view videos in tandem in real time.

Scoff if you will, but I’m a big believer that the propagation of virtual reality will eventually enhance the way we socialize online. I was first impressed by the concept when Mark Zuckerberg waxed poetic on the subject at Oculus Connect.  [Read More…]

YouTube TV gains Breaking Bad, Doctor Who, Portlandia, more via new channel support

YouTube TV has already added a number of new channels to its upstart internet-based streaming TV service. Just weeks after launching with a rather wide variety of options, YouTube TV gains additional key channels. Subscribers can now can access content from AMC, BBC America, IFC TV, Sundance TV, Telemundo, Univision, and We TV. This means […]

YouTube TV has managed to satiate my desire for live television

But with rival services making their way onto the scene, YouTube TV needs an edge.

Is there anyone out there who cut the cord and misses cable as much as I did? It wasn’t until I downloaded YouTube TV that I realized how much I missed the sensation of flipping through channels, or being able to watch programs at the same time as everyone else.

Sure, full-featured cable TV does have its drawbacks. In many cases, it’s  [Read More…]