Tag Archive: YouTube


Our YouTube channel has a new look — subscribe now!

If you’ve not swung by our YouTube channel lately, now would be a good time to do so. We’ve got a new look, new videos — and, most important, even more on the way.

We’d recommend starting with a few playlists — especially the Android Central Podcast, Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.

And while you’re there, be sure to subscribe! We’ve got more coming in every week. Thanks!

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YouTube subscription music service reportedly delayed

Reports of a YouTube subscription music service being in the works have been circulating since late 2013, with Billboard reporting last October that a two-tier system would build on Google’s existing deals with record labels for its Play Music service. Now it’s reportedly hit a few snags.

    

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Google: We’re aware of issues with YouTube app crashing

With enhanced functionality being introduced to Google Now, it seems that the recent update to the app has somehow introduced issues with the YouTube app crashing.

The good news is Google is aware of it and have advised that a backend fix has been issued so if you were experiencing YouTube crashing after updating the Google Search app then it should have resolved itself.

If for some reason you are still experiencing issues, then Google advises YouTube can still be  [Read More…]

Google lets internal ‘Dogfood’ version of YouTube slip out

Google is in the midst of updating the YouTube app, and somehow or another an internal test version made it’s way to Google Play. We imagine it’s already pulled, and things will be recitfied, but it’s neat even if only temporary.

Hit the break for some more pics. Thanks, everyone who sent this in!

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Youtube Remote bug fix update brings the app to v3.1.0

Youtube Remote

To go along with the Google Maps, Listen and Goggles get updates — Youtube Remote was also updated, though nothing really big was implemented into the app. As noted in the change log it just adds shuffle queue and addresses some previous bugs. What bugs? We don’t know, but it’s now sitting at v3.1.0 and you’ll find the download link past the break.

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YouTube adds Disney, Pixar, and DreamWorks rentals

Disney, Pixar, and DreamWorks

Google has been working hard to gather more media content these days and now, coming shortly after their Google Music announcement comes the news they’ve fleshed out a deal with Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks Studios to bring much of their content to YouTube.

Fans of animated movies? We’ve got the beloved animated classic, Alice in Wonderland and the newly envisioned Winnie the Pooh. Love Disney·Pixar? We have hits like Cars  [Read More…]

YouTube and Photos updates come to Google TV

Google TV

We saw some Google TV action not too long ago that included updates to YouTube but over at the official Google TV blog, they’ve expanded on what, exactly was included with that release:

YouTube: The new Google TV YouTube experience introduces playlists to your living room. You can now easily watch your YouTube subscriptions on your HDTV and quickly access your other playlists like Watch Later and Favorites. If you have your  [Read More…]

Sony Google TV update now arriving, new YouTube app included

Sony Google TV

If you have a Sony Internet TV you’ll want to be on the look out for system updates as a new one has now started to arrive for some folks. The update indictates that it addresses some issues with router connectivity but it also contains an unmentioned, updated YouTube app with increased functionality. We don’t have a full change log as of yet so if you spot anything else, be a  [Read More…]

ASUS EeePad Transformer 2 teaser video hits Youtube; announcement imminent?

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While the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich have taken center stage over the past few weeks, an equally exciting device has largely been kept quiet. Until now.

The ASUS EeePad Transformer 2 will be the first quad-core Android device on the market, featuring NVIDIA’s next-generation Tegra 3 processor. If you’ve not been following our coverage of Tegra 3/Kal-El, you can check out the promo video of Tegra  [Read More…]