Google Offers YouTube Application for S60 Handsets
Updated: added detail about S60 3rd Ed., added WinMo details
Google has created a YouTube application for S60 3rd Edition and Windows Mobile handsets that allows users to search for videos, as well as quickly find most viewed, recently added and the top rated videos. Once users pick a video, the application will play it in the full screen. The application doesn't allow users to upload videos. YouTube for S60 and WinMo handsets is available for free, and a link is available to the file from the mobile YouTube home page. It is available in the U.S., the U.K., Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
Google Says YouTube Music and YouTube Premium Now Available
Google today made its new YouTube Music and YouTube Premium apps and services available in 17 countries. YouTube Music is the new music service that is built around streaming with revised recommendations, playlists, stations, search, new/trending videos, exclusives, and downloads for offline playback to paying subscribers.
YouTube Mobile App Gains In-App Sharing and Chatting
Google today updated its YouTube mobile application and made the process of sharing videos far simpler. Moving forward, people can share videos directly with one another within the YouTube app itself.
YouTube Adds VR Video Content for Google Cardboard
YouTube today kicked off widespread support for virtual reality video content in the Android YouTube app. Android handset owners can find VR content in YouTube and watch it through the Google Cardboard viewer.
YouTube Music App Launches for Android and iOS
YouTube's stand-alone music app is now available for download. The app includes a home tab for recommended artists, as well as user-configurable stations based on individual tastes.
YouTube Music Now Supports Custom Offline Playlists
Google updated its YouTube Music application recently and made it possible for users to create their own playlists for offline listening. Before the update, YouTube Music would create mixtape for subscribers using its own algorithms — subscribers could not pick and choose individual songs or albums for offline playback.
Wow... this is kinda crap
Crash and burn