Google has updated the YouTube application in the Play Store, although unfortunately we didn’t get a complete changelog. However, just looking at the app reveals a few new features, including space for ads in the first list of videos you see when opening the app.
I'm using Youtube API to make an app which displays list of video from youtube. Users can watch video directly on my app. My question is: "Playing youtube video directly on Android app is legal? If it is, Is there any limit number of views?"
If you have any experience with youtube API, please help me!
Taking an existing video from your Google+ profile and uploading it to YouTube cannot get any easier. YouTube now has a button in its sidebar on the Upload page that is for importing videos from Google+.
I used Youtube api for android to develop an app. Even though i create app and it works still i was not able to crack the internal working of api
1) When i run it on device android 2.2 for first time . It force me to download new updtaes for Official YouTube app from Google play store . After that it works fine and didn't ask for further updation or download of YouTube app .
NotifyTube provides a simple way to track any public YouTube movie, and get notifications to its YouTube statistics updates.
- Notifications for YouTube: get notifications for changes in view count, likes count, dislikes count & comment count for requested videos.
- Select which counter you wish to receive notifications for.
- Select the interval between scans.
- Very low data
I use Google's YouTube Android Player API for my App, which outputs a video quality of less than high-definition. According to some discussion, the YouTube library has a policy to control quality based on the network bandwidth and possibly screen size.