A beta version of YouTube from Google, YouTube Feather Beta is just the thing for anyone easily distracted when using YouTube or if they miss the "old school" feel of YouTube. It's a cinch to opt-in and opt-out, and you can always switch back to the original version of YouTube if you don't like it. It has been around for a while but not many people are aware about it, so we decided to let our readers know what exactly it is all about. Anyone with low-bandwidth will also relish in this beta. Less ads, no comments and more, this is basically a pared-down version of YouTube. Videos will load nearly twice as fast too, as long as you don't mind a smaller video size. Our guide will outline everything you need to know about YouTube Feather Beta.
Sometimes, its easy to get lost in the funny, entertaining and sometimes the downright bizarre world of Vine and Instagram. Users from all around the world post content which often goes viral across Facebook, Twitter, online forums, and so on. It’s great to use the official Instagram and Vine apps to browse through such content, but it can also become a bit tiresome spending much anywhere near an hour of your time browsing Vine or Instagram via mobile devices. Desktops are simply easier for that particular job. So, to bring you all the best content from both Vine and Instagram
Many countries may block certain videos on sites like YouTube for one reason or another. If you live in a country like Germany, Spain or the Netherlands, you may not be able to get the full experience out of YouTube because of these restrictions. ProxTube comes to the rescue. ProxTube is an add-on for newer versions of Firefox. What it does, in a nutshell, is allows you to watch the videos blocked in your locality. Right now it works in Germany, the Netherlands and Spain. More countries will be added in the future. This Firefox add-on currently will not free up
YouTube is the biggest video website in the world, with over 2 billion videos being watch everyday and every minute, videos worth 24 hours being uploaded according to the YouTube Fact sheet. This has led to an increasing collection of Music videos on YouTube, so much that many people use YouTube to listen to music when they are online. But YouTube is not designed to listen to music, it’s designed to watch videos and move from one video to other. Using YouTube to listen to music can get annoying, since the videos stop when you search for another song, many
Online videos are a rage. With social networking in the picture, the concept of Viral Videos has taken off. If you make a video that becomes a hit with the netizens, you can become an online video star and earn contracts from advertising firms, partnership with big websites and more. This is has motivated a lot of people to create new video content everyday – on sites like YouTube, Vimeo among others. So, now we get to see a lot of user-generated content online everyday. But what about the quality of the videos - is it always of the expected