YouTube Gets Redesigned Video Watch Page on Mobile
The YouTube video watch page on mobile are received a facelift. These new design comes days after Google announced that both Android & iOS apps its will receive the updates soon. One of the latest updates its many users will notice is the positioning of the comment box.The YouTube mobile users can now view & post comments by tapping on the comment box just underneath the channel bar with subscribe button in unlike before where users had to scroll down to the very end of the video page to the post or view comments. Its Meanwhile, YouTube Music app is also getting some new features including an (Explore) tab & more.The Google has said that the update is (now available) for both Android and iOS users of the app.
In the starting with YouTube update in the comment bar on any video page is now prominently visible to both Android and iOS users of these YouTube app. The Google in a blog post last month said in the tech giant found more people were (writing comments with the new design) The Google has introduced large thumbnails in the Up next feed. These Google in the post said that with this update, users will (see more info about each video at a glance).Its Will also notice channel icons below each video to help you recognise your favourite creators while you scroll through the feed.
Google are Explaining The New YouTube Update.
In The Google in April are also said that the YouTube Android and iOS app will display (new types of content alongside the videos in Up Next feed of a video page. These include “Community Posts, “YouTube Mixes”, and more. There feature are also been added to the video-sharing platform.
Youtube Music Twitter
The Google via YouTube Music Twitter account announced that both Android & iOS users of the app will now be able to find new music through the newly introduced (Explore) tab. These Explore tab further contains (New Releases) & Moods and genres’ tab that offers a variety of music options. The users can also check out the lyrics of a song directly on the page where the music is being played. somever we tried the feature on both Android and iOS versions of the app, lyrics weren’t getting displayed. Google will be updating this feature further in the near future.