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Changes afoot in Google+ profiles, YouTube comments 

As Google continues to figure out what to do with Google+, they are slowly making changes to the “social network” and admitting that they may have made several mistakes along the way. Today, they shared some tweaks they are doing, just a few days after they announced how Google+ Photos and Google Photos will be different as well as changing the private management aspect of the former. YouTube is also undergoing a few minor changes, specifically in how creators can manage comments.

Be your own YouTube star with the YouTube Mastery Bundle [DEALS]

It might seem that anyone with a webcam, or even just a smartphone cam, and an Internet connection can be a star these days. While that might be enough for a one-hit wonder, you will definitely need more than that to grow as well as maintain a loyal following. Where it's for personal entertainment, for business, or for personal business, you will not only need equipment but also skills to be a YouTube sensation, or at least have a steady online presence. Fortunately, the YouTube Mastery Bundle can tell you how.

YouTube Android app now automatically adjusts vertical videos

No matter how many video tutorials you put out there, no matter how many strangers you see taking mobile videos the wrong way in public, people will still take videos vertically. Whether it’s stubbornness, laziness, or just plain ignorance, a lot of people still take their videos vertically, even though we all know that horizontal is the right way. Some apps have resorted to just embrace it rather than whine about it. YouTube is the latest one to do so, as its Android app now recognizes and adjusts it accordingly.

Google shows off new 360 degree video ads

Never underestimate Google when it comes to innovating products and services. And when it comes to its AdWords program, expect Google to work on it because along with YouTube and mobile search, the ad program is one of the company's constant source of revenue as we noted in the latest Q2 financial results. Admit it or not, video is currently the most effective way to market a product.

Tuber lets you watch your YouTube subscribed channels easily

YouTube is a really great way to get lost in all the video content that's available out there, but it really is a black hole sometimes. One video leads to another video which leads to another, until you've finally forgotten what you were trying to look for in the first place. If you want to stay more focused on the channels you've subscribed to, then the Tuber app will help you streamline your YouTube experience, particularly your subscribed channels.

Stream games from Sony Xperia through Twitch and live screen streaming

For those who aren't into "serious" mobile gaming, the idea of streaming your game live to other people while you're playing it may seem strange. But those who are into that sort of thing know how fun and even useful it can be. Sites like Twitch have been all over that community, becoming available on more and more platforms. Now Sony is partnering with them to enable Xperia Z3+, Z4, Z4v, and Z4 tablet owners to live stream their games to the Twitch network through the Live screen streaming app.

Watch YouTube videos on your Android Wear with new app

Your smartwatch may not be the most ideal device with which to watch videos on, but aren't there moments when you can't bring out your smartphone and you just absolutely have to view something right then and there? Well, if that video is on YouTube and if you have a wearable running on Android Wear, then you will be able to do so. A new app called Video for Android Wear & YouTube is pretty self-explanatory as to what it will do for you.

YouTube brings 60fps support to its mobile Android app

Even though mobile devices are of course much more convenient, there are times when you'd rather do something on the desktop version of an app because the quality is so much better. One of those things is watch YouTube videos, spefically, action videos or gaming trailers or walk-throughs, etc. But now, your YouTube mobile app has something to sing (or rather, watch) about as the video sharing giant brings the 60 frames per second support for Android devices. They are also bringing changes and improvements to both desktop and mobile, most of which will be applied in the coming weeks.

Fruit Ninja animated series coming to a YouTube near you

You've enjoyed slicing the fruits away on various platforms with Fruit Ninja. But have you ever wondered at why they're slicing fruits, how they got to be so good at slicing, and what led them to this path? No? Well, YouTube and Halfbrick think you will be interested in original Fruit Ninja-themed video content and so they're bringing you an animated series on their YouTube channel that should appeal to kids. Given the cartoony "violence" against fruits though, it might be a good idea for parents to watch as well.
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