Articles tagged with: YouTube on iPad
YouTube made a big announcement on Thursday: add paid subscriptions for certain channels. It had been rumored for some time that YouTube was readying some sort of paid model and today that becomes reality. Best of all, once signed up for a paid channel, you can watch on your iPad, iPhone and Apple TV beyond the browser on your Mac, and even suck down as much video as it has to offer.
YouTube will now let a few dozen of popular channels charge viewers a subscription fee of 99 cents or …
When Google’s YouTube app finally returned to the iPad, many users were too busy downloading and cheering to notice the one major omission in its second coming – the app did not support live streaming. Now, Google’s finally gotten around to tying up that nettlesome loose end.
In the latest version 1.3 of its official YouTube app for iOS, Google adds the ability to watch live streams on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Now users can finally watch YouTube Live streams from the app, which is great for big events …
Michel sent us a question below.
“Is it illegal to talk about downloading audio or video from Youtube to iPad or local computer. I’m not perfectly sure of any of this because a user of this website has justified downvoting many of my questions and answers because talking about this is supposedly illegal.Thanks.”
If by personal use, you mean having the file available on your own hard drive or iPad for offline viewing, the answer is yes. If you by personal use, you mean sharing it with friends or posting it on …
iPad and iPhone owners who download the next generation of software for their handsets later this year may be in for a surprise. 9to5mac noticed the YouTube app for iPad and iPhone will no longer be there in the coming iOS 6 release.
The YouTube app on iPad and iPhone was created by Apple’s own developers using YouTube’s open developer tools. Now Apple says the final version of iOS 6 will be released in the fall. “Our license to include the YouTube app in iOS has ended,” says Apple spokeswoman Trudy …
The lights are out and the awards have been given. It’s time to say farewell to the 65th Cannes Film Festival until 2013. You showed us new names and films we’d never have learned of without you. But now we have this treasure map in hands, we can run to the Aladdin’s Cave of interviews and trailers awaits. Where’s that Cave? On YouTube, of course!
With iTube Studio from iSkysoft, you can download any copyright-free videos from YouTube and other video-sharing sites, save them for your mobile device – iPad, iPhone, …
The built-in YouTube app on iPhone or iPad only allows user to view high quality video when you’re connected to Wi-Fi network. Once you switch to 3G data network, the YouTube app streams video in lower resolution and the YouTube slow on iPad or iPhone. If you own a jailbroken iPad or iPhone, you may use My3G hack to stream HQ YouTube video over 3G network. However, there is an easier way to do so and it doesn’t require jailbreaking.
Abandon the Built-in YouTube App
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Kids are getting expert at finding YouTube video and love watching them on their iPad It even surprises me sometimes. As a parent, I am also worried. You Tube can provide great educational videos, but some of them are really not appropriate for the younger ones. If you’re like me and worried about child watching something inappropriate you can use the Gube app instead of handing them unrestricted access to YouTube.
Gube provides parents with a catalog of pre-screened, moderated, and safe, yet fun, educational YouTube videos. Thousands of videos are …
A friend of mine who received an iPad from his employer wanted to show me a YouTube video on a lunch break one day and I noticed that the pages on Youtube were loading rather slowly. I first thought that it was a connection issue but apparently Youtube was slow to load even if the fastest most reliable Wi-Fi connection was active.
Apple’s official discussion board is filled with user reports that mention issues they experience on Youtube. Here is a short selection:
YouTube stops and takes …