Your favorite Apple blog has added a new member to its YouTube team who will be helping us expand and increase the output of our video coverage.
Looking to broadcast yourself on YouTube? Here is how you can live stream to YouTube from your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or computer.
Google is rolling out picture-in-picture support in the YouTube app to all iPhone and iPad users in the US, including those not subscribed to YouTube Premium.
Picture-in-picture in YouTube's iOS app is taking a bit longer to hit all iPhone users, whether they've subscribed to Google's YouTube Premium service or not.
After months of testing, Google has now started rolling out support for picture-in-picture capability in its YouTube TV app but it requires Apple's iOS 15 software.
Suppose there is a long YouTube video, but you only want to share parts of it from a specific time -- say at 11 minutes and 34 seconds. With the help of this tutorial, you can copy YouTube video links from a specific time. When the recipient opens the link, the video will play not from the beginning but from that specific time you selected.
This tutorial shows you how to create sharable links of a YouTube video at a specific time on the YouTube mobile app and computer.
Google has rolled out a new indicator that will appear around a channel avatar on mobile whenever that channel is broadcasting live on YouTube.
Kanye West, who officially goes by the title "Ye" these days, has opted to make getting his next album, "Donda 2," just a bit more difficult to get than most any other album released digitally. Specifically, the artist has announced that he will not be launching the next album on platforms like Apple Music or Spotify, instead opting for a proprietary route.
YouTube has been making wild changes to its platform lately, and the removal of the dislike button count really speaks to the disconnect between what users want and what the platform is actually doing.
YouTube Premium is something that, after trying, you won’t ever want to give up. It’s easy to sign up for via your iPhone or iPad’s YouTube app for $15.99, but did you know you can get the exact same YouTube Premium subscription on your iPhone or iPad for just $11.99?
Google is rolling out an updated YouTube video player with easier access to the Like, Dislike, Share and Comments buttons in fullscreen mode.
YouTube is one of, if not the, best online video platforms in existence today, but most of the people I talk to share the same complaint: it’s infested with ads, with some disrupting playback so intensely that they play back-to-back without a skip option. God help us all...