As one of the most popular apps in the history of apps, chances are you use YouTube to one degree or another. Whether you have your own channel and create your own content or you simply watch videos that friends share with you, there are probably some useful functions or "tricks" that you have overlooked that could improve your experience. Here are six such tips:
Of all the content providers YouTube is probably the one you want to keep your eye on if you don't want your kids watching inappropriate content. Since most of it is user generated you can find anything from explicit material to just viral stupidity kids will try to recreate.
If you want to watch YouTube videos offline you need to sign up for YouTube Premium for $15.99/month, which is pretty steep if you just want to watch your typical YouTube content, not shows and movies. There is a way, however, to download content for offline viewing without subscribing to the premium service. You can do it with the Documents by Readdle app, which is a file manager and media player. Here's how to do it on iPhone and iPad:
YouTube is a popular platform for sharing videos with family and friends, or the internet at large. In fact, just like on Instagram and Twitter, many people have careers as "influencers" that drive people toward products. Whatever the case, if you want to share videos on a regular basis you'll want to create a YouTube channel for yourself. It may sound daunting but you can open a channel and start sharing your vids in just a few minutes, and you can do it all from your iPhone. Here's how:
The whole point of having a YouTube channel is to share it with others. Instead of sharing the individual posts on your channel you'll want to share a link to the channel's main page. To do this, open up your YouTube app and tap on your Account icon in the top right.
Tap on My Channel.