Wednesday, July 26

YouTube

Is YouTube making easier for users to start live-streaming on mobile devices.?

Is YouTube making easier for users to start live-streaming on mobile devices.?

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According to a report from Android Police, the video site is dropping a requirement that means users have to have more than 1,000 subscribers before they “Go Live” via a phone or tablet. The company previously dropped this subscriber-count requirement down to 1,000 from 10,000 in April.   The change hasn’t yet been confirmed by YouTube or Google and doesn’t appear to be showing up for everyone, but will likely roll out over the coming days. It’s important to note also that this doesn’t meant just anyone can start live-streaming from a mobile device. According to AndroidPolice.com 'The only requirements are a verified channel and no live stream restrictions in the last 90 days.' News Update by The Verge : A YouTube spokesperson reached out to The Verge to say the report fr
YouTube Go beta launches in India

YouTube Go beta launches in India

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Google announced today that a public YouTube Go beta is now available for users to try out in India. The new app is a redesigned version of the YouTube Go app announced last September, which is specifically focused on offering an improved experience in areas with poor connectivity. YouTube says on it's official blog '... After months of expanded testing and refinement, we’re happy to announce that we’re making the beta version of YouTube Go available for download on the Google Play Store in India.' Key features of YouTube Go include: A home built for you : YouTube Go home screen features trending and popular videos in your area, so that you can find and discover videos that you and your community care about. Preview videos before you save or watch : On YouTube Go we’