Twitch vs Hitbox vs YouTube Gaming. We are pitting the three titans of game streaming up against one another to find which is best. Here is the verdict.
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It is easy to embed a Youtube video, but not so straightforward to embed only the audio. Here is how you can embed the audio part of a Youtube video in your website.
YouTube is prone to the occasional bit of crashing, which for a lot of people has resulted in the BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) or garbled videos. Here’s how to stop this from happening.
Don’t panic! Getting demonetized by YouTube sounds scary, but it’s highly unlikely. If you’re worried, follow these simple steps to protect your content.
These ten mobile apps were the most downloaded for the first half of 2016. Which ones do you have on your smartphone or tablet?
One way to loop videos on YouTube is to click Play after the video ends. This is laborious. Here are 3 ways to automate the looping of videos on YouTube.
Did you know that with a quick tweak you can use YouTube to record your computer screen? Keep reading to see how it works.
Tired of seeing YouTube channels that you’re not interested in or that are irrelevant to you? Here are some ways to block YouTube channels from searches and recommendations!
Watching your favorite videos on YouTube and Vimeo is always a lot of great fun. Now you can watch them on your desktop with MovieSherlock Pro for Mac.
If you’re an avid YouTube user, you probably do a lot of searches. Luckily for you, we have 10 YouTube search tips to help you get the most out of the site.
Unlike the mobile app, Youtube doesn’t offer Picture in Picture mode on the desktop. However, thanks to this Chrome extension, you can add the functionality.
YouTube has a new material design coming soon. If you would like to enjoy the new design sooner, here’s how to get it before the official unveiling.
If you want to share a specific part of a YouTube video, you can do so right from YouTube, but there are also third-party methods. Here are three of them.
New Pipe, a new Android app, is an open-source, front-end for YouTube. It copies a lot of features bundled with YouTube RED and is a very compelling YouTube replacement.
iOS 9 introduced a PIP mode, Picture-in-Picture. However, it doesn’t work in the YouTube app. Luckily, there are some tricks around this which you’ll learn in this article.
There are several different sources for obtaining music and videos, with new ones coming out all the time. What are your favorite sources for music and videos?
Want to play YouTube videos in the background on Android without paying for YouTube Red or rooting your device? Check out the Black Screen of Life app!
FireTube is an Android app that keeps YouTube videos playing in the background while you use other apps on your device. It’s perfect for non-rooted devices.