YouTube Updated with Play All and Thumbnail Video Play

YouTube application for iPhone has been updated with a new feature which allows you to watch the video and then browse for the next video simultaneously. Once you update the application, it will update the new icon of the YouTube and then it will ask you to sign in again in the applications. Once get to the main screen of the application, you will see multiple thumbnail of the videos lined up vertically on the screen.


As you tab on any of the thumbnail to play of the video, you will see that a small window at the right bottom corner of the screen will open which will play the video (you cannot move that window on any part of the screen). If you wish to see the same video on the whole screen then just tap that windows and it will be maximized over the screen or else you can keep scrolling for the next video you want see after it.


The UI has got little bit clearer and another new feature which we have seen here is the new Play All button, which is application only for the playlists. Now when you discover a playlist on your application or you have already saved one, then just go to it and then tap this button as seen in the screenshot. All the videos will start playing in the same order as they are available on the playlist.

So, these are the new features along with the new icon in the major upgrade of YouTube application. It has also been seen that the Google Maps application for iPhone will be coming with the integration with Waze and the upgrade is already out but unluckily we have not got our hands on it yet. Stay tuned to know about the new changes done in the new Google Maps and Google Plus.

By Abhinav Singh

I am an MBA student and a founder member of NXTInsight. I love to keep the track of smartphones, tablets, wearables and other similar gadgets, so that I could help my readers to make the right decision before buying a gagdet.

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