A new feature on YouTube where users can now edit their videos onsite. It enables you to edit uploaded YouTube videos while also maintaining the same video IDs, making it possible to hold onto view counts and comments. Existing links to the video will also continue to work. All you have to do is click “Edit Video” on your video’s page or on the My Videos page. It is meant to help users fix their videos in a less time consuming manner. If you have access to the editing feature, you can stabilize hand-held footage, rotate videos and boost theRead More
Nielsen has released its first mobile app rankings for Android since the organization started measuring smartphone usage directly using on-device meters. The results are not hugely shocking, but contain some interesting tidbits nonetheless. The list is broken down into three rankings: overall usage, male usage and female usage. The top half of each list is littered with the apps you'd guess were popular: Facebook, Gmail, Maps, YouTube, Pandora, Words With Friends, Twitter and Amazon's Kindle app all make expected appearances in the top 20 as well.
Can’t Wait (free, iPhone, iPhone, iPod, iOS 4.0, android coming soon) with simple, slick and inviting user interface is a fun app which pushes new movie trailers to your phone, helps you share your favorites and reminds you when they hit theaters. Social movie discovery and automatic reminders for movies you want to see. Can’t Wait sources its movie trailers from YouTube, a strategy that helps the startup avoid licensing costs but also keeps it dependent on YouTube’s API. Connect to Facebook or Twitter to create an account, then you use the iPhone app to find and watch movie trailersRead More
YouTube introduced Box Office some time back, which lets you stream free Bollywood movies, though there aren’t many new ones that you can stream. The service attracted a huge audience from India, now Yahoo takes a leaf out of Google's page, getting its hand dirty in the game of hindi movies streaming with introduction of MoviePlex. Yahoo MoviePlex is similar to YouTube Box Office i.e. streaming free Bollywood movies. Watch latest Bollywood movies free of cost and that's with your family at home. Yahoo said that it will collaborate with movie production houses to bring thousands of local Bollywood movies onlineRead More
Wanting to get more visibility for your music videos on YouTube? YouTube’s the video portal has launched a comprehensive guide outlining how content producers should be approaching the platform and which features they can take advantage of. The 70 page guide has a fitting title: The Creator Playbook. It’s really just a well thought-out set of best practices — if your content isn’t any good, optimizing the first five seconds of your video isn’t going to be much help. The document is a hefty 70 pages long. YouTube has broken each of its miniguides into three sections: - Programming & Producing, -Read More
YouTube, the world’s most popular video-viewing platform, sees 2 billion hits per day. Fortunately, the Google-owned company has figured out a few ways to monetize all of those video views. Take a look at the infographic below to see how the site and its advertising strategy has evolved since its founding in 2005. via
If you consume content on the web, you are probably bogged down with the many interesting articles that you want to read. Fortunately, Faveous is a content aggregator and curating tool that combines all content coming from your favorite readers and social networks and places them on one elegant dashboard. Faveous is essentially a ‘Favorites aggregator’. Once you have signed up and logged in, you only need to add your accounts to the website. Faveous does it seamlessly, using a step-by-step approach to ensure that you are signed into as many of your accounts as possible. It allows you toRead More
YouTube Cosmic Panda experiment does bring the darker UI elements and polished feel of Google+ to the video sharing service. Navigating the site is a much more interactive experience now and you can continue to watch videos as you search and browse provided you're using Chrome. Channel pages have also been completely overhauled with large images for each video, several layout templates, and easier to use customization options. Playlists have also been revamped and now bear more than a passing resemblance to Leanback. The one thing missing at the moment is integration with Google+ and the new navigation bar, butRead More