YouTube’s Child-Friendly App Now Available In Other Countries

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A few months after its official launch in the US, YouTube Kids will now be available for Android and iOS devices in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Malik Ducard, global head of family and learning at YouTube, said in a statement that following its launch in the U.S. in February, the App has been downloaded more than 10 million times globally. Read More

YouTube – No More Home To Music Videos?

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YouTube has, over the years, become a free music service for thousands of people all across the globe. According to sources, three major record labels are considering their options to take off music videos from YouTube due to lack of revenue from Google and its slow paced efforts to add paid tiers and better monetize the service. With the labels having very little say in context to the platform’s grip on its ad policy, sales channel and monetization, the platform also pays the lowest royalty rate amongst its competitors with a split of 45% to YouTube and 55% to the respective label. Read More

Vidmate — Meet Your New Video Mate

vidmateDownloading videos from YouTube using a downloader from the many options available in Google Play seems a good way to go. But there are times when YouTube is just not enough. There are other major and minor sites you may need to use to find a video, movie, song, or other media content. That’s where Vidmate comes into the picture. Featuring in the list of the ‘top new apps’ on google play, we certainly can expect a lot from this App, Read More

Google/YouTube To Acquire Twitch For $1 Billion

twitchTwitch is an extremely popular video game streaming site which apparently has got more peak traffic than Facebook. The San Francisco-based company lets users upload and watch, live gameplay videos for free that can be streamed from Microsoft Xbox and PlayStation 4 consoles. According to Twitch, it has more than 45 million monthly users of which more than 1 million members upload videos each month. It also distributes CBS Interactive’s GameSpot, Joystiq and Destructoid shows on it. Read More