How to use your Android device’s GPS to find and follow trending videos on YouTube
It’s a trend that’s sweeping the globe and Google is now starting to capitalize on.
As more and more of us move online, we’re getting more and better at finding and following videos we like, and that’s good news for YouTube.
The video sharing app is also working on a new feature that allows you to quickly share your favourite videos on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, all without having to scroll through the feeds of the sites that post them.
As more and less people are using smartphones, YouTube’s growth has become even more important.
Google’s latest video discovery feature was first introduced last year, and it’s been expanding to every device out there.
Google said on Monday that it’s seeing more than 30 million unique users on YouTube every month.
That number is growing rapidly and Google expects it to hit 200 million users in 2017.
That’s because more and it shows that people are finding new things to watch, Google said.
The company also said it plans to add an app for iOS and Android, and a new tool that allows people to see what their friends are watching and sharing, as well as the latest trending videos from YouTube.
Google’s YouTube app is free for users to use on iOS and Google Play, and Android users can use it for free.