Tag Archive: YouTube

YouTube Music launches on Android, offers free 14-day trial for premium features

Google has launched the YouTube Music app for Android, allowing users to quickly access music on the service for free. Paid YouTube Red subscribers will be able to access more features on the app.

YouTube Music is here everybody! [+Download]

If you’ve previously used YouTube as a music streaming app on your phone, you would’ve probably recognized that it was not really suitable to do so. Namely, due to blocked content and the inability to close the app and use your phone for other things.

Google has likely noticed that mobile streaming is becoming ever more popular in the competitive market. With this, they credited the music industry and community for the massive support and growth on YouTube, and announced  [Read More…]

Watch ‘CodeGirl’ on YouTube for free and help take on the gender gap in Computer Science

Google believes that a diverse workforce leads to better products for diverse users, and is especially committed to reversing the negative trends around women in Computer Science. – “Women Who Choose Computer Science – What Really Matters” (White paper)

Google has done its research and learned leaving girls and women behind in Computer Science and other tech related fields of study, is a major concern for our future. Despite making up half of our workforce and earning more college degrees  [Read More…]

How To: Download YouTube videos with YouTube Red

YouTube Red is finally here, offering paying subscribers (only in the US, for now) some pretty nifty features, including ad-free video, background play and the ability to save videos offline for US$ 9.99 per month. It includes a subscription to Google Play Music and they even have a free trial for 30 days if you are still on the fence.

Here, we are going to teach you how to download, then watch, YouTube videos for offline viewing with the YouTube and YouTube  [Read More…]

Watch Jerry talk Nexus 6P, YouTube Red and more on All About Android 237

If you missed the live recording of All About Android episode 237, you can now tune in for the replay where our very own Jerry Hildenbrand joins the crew. On the show, Jerry joins Jason Howell, Florence Ion and Ron Richards to discuss their thoughts on the Nexus 6P, YouTube’s new subscription service Red, Google Play and much more.

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YouTube Red officially launches, offering ad-free videos and more for $9.99 a month

As promised last week, Google has now officially launched its YouTube Red subscription service, offering fans of YouTube videos access to ad-free clips, a way to download videos for offline use and more for $ 9.99 a month.

YouTube Red will launch on Oct. 28 with ad-free videos and more for $9.99 a month

There have been tons of rumors and reports about Google adding a new subscription service for its YouTube division for months. Today, the company officially announced its plans for what it is calling YouTube Red. It will officially launch on October 28 for $ 9.99 a month.

Google introduces Youtube Red: Original Series and Movies from your favorite stars

Youtube has been a source of entertainment for over a decade now and today has announced they will be offering Youtube Red. Youtube Red will let you enjoy content from Youtube ad-free while also letting you download content to your phone or tablet and will also play videos in the background. In order to take advantage of these new features, there will be a subscription cost of $ 9.99 per month. But the best part is if you are already  [Read More…]

YouTube Music app to launch soon for finding songs and music videos faster

Along with the reveal of the YouTube Red subscription service, Google has also announced plans to launch a stand-alone YouTube Music app, which will be designed to help users find the songs and music videos they want to hear and see faster. A release date for the app has yet to be revealed.

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AT&T quietly reveals LG G Vista 2 via YouTube video

AT&T decided to reveal a new smartphone, the LG G Vista 2, on its YouTube channel rather than a conventional press release. The phone itself is a successor to the LG G Vista which AT&T started selling over a year ago.