YouTube’s video watch page on mobile has received a facelift.
The new design comes days after Google announced that both Android and iOS apps will receive the updates soon. One of the latest updates that lots of users will notice is the positioning of this mailbox. YouTube mobile users can now see and post remarks by tapping on the comment box just under the channel pub with the subscribe button – unlike before where users had to scroll down to the very close of this video page to post or view comments. Meanwhile, the YouTube Music app is also getting a few new features such as a “Research” tab and much more. Google has said that the upgrade is”currently available” for the two Android and iOS users of the program.
Beginning with the YouTube update, the remark bar on any movie page is currently prominently visible to both Android and iOS users of this YouTube program. Google in a blog article last month said that the tech giant discovered more people were”writing comments using the new layout.” Additionally, Google has introduced large thumbnails from the”Up next” feed. Google from the post said that with this upgrade, users will”find out more information about every video at a glimpse.”
“you will also notice channel icons under each video that will help you recognize your favorite creators while you scroll through the feed,” Google said while explaining the new YouTube upgrade.
Lastly, Google in April had also said the YouTube Android and iOS app will exhibit”new forms” of content alongside the videos in Up feed of a video page. These include”Community Posts,”YouTube Mixes”, and more. This feature has also been added to the video-sharing platform.
Meanwhile, Google through YouTube Music Twitter accounts declared that both Android and iOS users of this program will then have the ability to find new music through the recently introduced’Explore’ tab. The Explore tab additionally comprises new Releases’ and moods and genres’ tab that provides a variety of music choices. Moreover, users may also check out the lyrics of a song right on the page where the music is being played. But when we tried the feature on both Android and iOS variations of this app, lyrics were not getting displayed. So hopefully, Google will soon be upgrading this attribute further in the not too distant future.
The updates for both YouTube and YouTube Music come around a while when people across the world are staying inside and spending more time on the web owning to this coronavirus pandemic.