Archive for the ‘Youtube’ Category

YouTube has just added HDR support for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro lineup. Here are all the details on this.

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4K YouTube playback support on Apple TV 4K has finally begun rolling out. Here are all the details on this much awaited move.

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YouTube has quietly begun testing Picture-in-Picture feature for iPadOS 14. Here s everything you need to know about this.

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You can now play 4K YouTube videos in Safari on a Mac very easily. Here’s how you can do that the easy and right way.

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YouTube is now limiting streaming quality in not just Europe, but worldwide for a month. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Wouldn’t it be cool to take your favorite song from YouTube and then turn it into a karaoke classic by removing the words from it? That’s what Youka did and while the website has been taken down, the project behind it isn’t dead.

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In a bid to avoid a repeat of the resounding disaster that was last year’s Rewind, YouTube went with a fresh approach for Rewind 2019, but it seems to have fallen foul of viewers once again, accruing a whopping 2.2M dislikes in half a day.

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If you’re into YouTube Music rather than one of the more established players like Spotify or Apple Music, you’re in luck because the app has now been updated to support Apple CarPlay.

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Forget Netflix; forget Hulu or any other streaming service that may be your current go-to for movies; YouTube could be the future of your streaming needs.

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Nintendo Switch finally gets an official YouTube app. Here’s everything you need to know about this release for the handheld console.

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After Google announced back in May that it would be launching a “Time watched” digital wellbeing section in YouTube, the feature has today begun to roll out to its iOS and Android apps.

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The folks over at YouTube have started to evaluate smartphones, calling some of them a “YouTube Signature Device” depending on how well they tick a number of boxes that make them particularly great for consuming YouTube content.

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