YouTube's rumored subscription service might just have to wait a bit longer. Sources close to the matter are saying that Google is apparently not yet satisfied with how things are going and will be delaying the launch until at least the first quarter of 2014.
Google account knows it can be a headache. They want to verify your identity via picture ID, and often demand that the corresponding forms show your user name on them. If you’re not comfortable using your real name online, that could prove impossible, as one YouTuber found out.
YouTube app recently arrived in the Play Store. This update was on the smaller side and included a few improvements as well as some bug fixes. But along with the details of what has been added and/or improved this time around, it looks like the APK file for the app is holding some secrets in terms of what may be coming with future updates.
Google+ commenting for YouTube, effectively tying the two services together. It’s been a few weeks, but the scope of such a move isn’t known yet. Does the new comments section cheapen Google+, or improve YouTube?
Google wisely proceeded with caution when making changes to the popular video service.
YouTube, primarily a video viewing and sharing service, has become bigger than itself when people start using it listen to music more than just to watch. It seems that YouTube plans to capitalize on this latest user trend by launching a subscription-based music service soon.
their earnings call, which wrapped up moments ago, Google noted their revenue was up 12% over Q3 2012.
Google has been extremely busy updating nearly every major app of theirs for Android. This afternoon we reported on Google Hangouts, an improved card UI-style Gmail, and more, and now we've learned they have just pushed out updates for YouTube and Google Search. I don't know about you guys, but it sounds like they're getting everything ready for an announcement.