You can clear your YouTube history on your iPod touch, iPhone or iPad by tapping the three bars in the top left hand corner of the YouTube app. From the Settings page tap the "History" panel to open your YouTube history. From here you can tap the trash can icon and select "Clear History" from the pop up box to clear all the videos you have viewed. This will also clear the history from all your devices if you're logged in to your YouTube account.
Google updated its YouTube Data API on April 20, 2015. This caused the YouTube app not to work with some older devices. All iPod touch, iPhone and iPad models running iOS 7.0 or later should not be affected by the change.
Apple devices that no longer support the YouTube iOS app after April 20, 2015:
iPod touch (1st to 4th generation)
Making unique ringtones can be a fun way to customize the iPhone. There are vast supplies of audio clips available on YouTube, which can easily be converted into iOS ringtones. While there are software packages capable of ripping YouTube audio to a computer, these instructions will focus on a browser-based method that takes less time.
Start by finding the YouTube video you wish to convert into an iPhone ringtone or text tone. Open the YouTube video in a web browser on the computer, then follow these instructions to create a ringtone file:
1. Copy the entire URL of the YouTube video from the address bar (this starts with http://www.youtube.com/watch).
Google has finally released its YouTube Creator Studio app for iOS devices. The app provides YouTubers with tools to manage their accounts and videos on the go. Users with a YouTube account can now quickly access video/channel analytics and moderate comments on their iPhone or iPad. The app basically gives you 24-hour access to your account so you can edit and moderate your personal channel at anytime.
Here are all the listed features from the App Store description:
* Monitor channel and video performance with easy-to-use analytics
* Filter and respond to fan comments
* Customize push notifications so you can stay on top of what you care about most
* Update your video details and settings
The new iOS app MixBit is ready to take on Vine and Instagram in the rapidly growing world of social video sharing. MixBit allows users to capture 16 second "bits" (1 second longer than Instagram), and edit them together to create longer videos. Users can use their own bits, or any publicly shared video content from other MixBit contributors to create their own remixes.
MixBit creators Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, who are also the founders of YouTube, say remixing other people's videos is the principal goal of the new service.
“The whole purpose of MixBit is to reuse the content within the system,” explained Hurley. “I really want to focus on great stories that people can tell.”
Hurley and Chen believe younger users will prefer MixBit to Vine and Instagram because of its video editing tools. Vine offers zero editing options, while Instagram only features a few basic choices. One thing MitBix does not offer is the ability to create individual profiles. Instead, users must upload their content anonymously to a communal pool of clips. MitBix also doesn't allow its users to comment on other people's work. However, Hurley did say they're working on adding these options in the future.