• YouTube mobile apps get new swiping gesture for skipping videos

    3 days ago - By SlashGear

    YouTube is pushing out updates for its Android and iOS apps that bring a new swiping gesture. With this change, users are able to swipe on the screen in order to quickly jump forward or back to different videos - either to the next recommended video or the last one they were watching. The change comes at a time when...
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  • A quick swipe will soon let you keep bingeing YouTube on mobile devices

    A quick swipe will soon let you keep bingeing YouTube on mobile devices

    3 days ago - By Digital Trends

    The YouTube mobile app has a new, faster way to browse: Swiping. Once the update rolls out, users can swipe to go to the next video in the recommended list, even while viewing in full screen.
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  • YouTube update lets you swipe through videos on the fly

    YouTube update lets you swipe through videos on the fly

    3 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    The latest iOS YouTube update looks to make browsing through the app more comfortable. The update adds the option to swipe between videos in your queue, like going through Instagram Stories. This should make navigating through videos much easier when you're viewing in landscape mode. When you swipe forward, it takes you to the next video, and if you swipe backwards, you'll return to the video you were watching before. When you go back, YouTube remembers your place in the video. There's only a little word out regarding the feature, but it seems like it will work for both recommended videos...
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  • YouTube now lets you swipe through videos like Instagram Stories

    YouTube now lets you swipe through videos like Instagram Stories

    3 days ago - By The Next Web

    We've all wasted hours watching recommended videos on YouTube, but now the company is making it even easier to procrastinate your time away. Starting this week, you'll be able to navigate through recommended videos with a simple horizontal swipe. With each swipe forward you'll see a new recommend video. Swipe back to return right where you left off on the previous video.It's basically YouTube's take on something like Snapchat or Instagram's stories, which have popularized swiping across video content horizontally. It should theoretically make it just a little bit easier and faster to find...
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