YouTube Stories April 17

GOOG: 837.17

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From minor tweaks to entire redesigns, Google is notorious for A/B testing a number of different versions of its YouTube app at the same time. The latest has the Android client adopt a bottom bar in line with many of Google’s other Material apps…

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YouTube Stories April 13

GOOG: 823.56

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Many of us wish there was a dark mode in every app or service, as it really does make a difference to the overall user experience. Google has experimented with this several times on several of its services, but recently, it’s been discovered that YouTube has been hiding a dark mode. So, here’s how to enable it on your browser.

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YouTube Stories April 10

GOOG: 824.73

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I haven’t watched live television at home in years. At the very least, my typical show viewing is delayed to the day-after online premiere, but more frequently until the full season is added to a service like Netflix. Meanwhile, news has been augmented by Twitter and other illicit livestreams for major events.

As such, something like YouTube TV is especially geared towards habits like mine and to that of a generation who does not watch in real time. After a few days of using the service, I think YouTube TV is fantastic — due not only to a combination of content and technical prowess, but more importantly a familiar interface and experience.

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YouTube Stories April 6

GOOG: 827.88

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YouTube today announced notable changes to its Partner Program. Users looking to make money on uploaded videos will now be subject to expanded safeguards. Applications to the monetization program now requires 10,000 lifetime views before being accepted.

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YouTube Stories April 5

GOOG: 831.41

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After first announcing the service back in February, today YouTube TV is officially launching in select U.S. markets.

The standalone TV service that offers users 4 big networks and other channels with unlimited DVR functionality for $35 a month comes today to both mobile devices and desktop users in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago ahead of a broader roll out.

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YouTube Stories April 4

GOOG: 834.57

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