Google continuously broaden the existence of Google+ all through its other products, but it’s additionally finding methods to broaden the presence of its other products all through Google+. Google has recently announced a new YouTube app for Google+ Hangouts.
YouTube and Google+ were already integrated with each other, however, with the new app, you are able to control, save and share playlists from inside the hangout itself. You just need to make certain everybody in the hangout loads the app.
“This also gives YouTube creators more ways to connect with audiences, as we work to build the best platform for the next generation of channels,” a YouTube spokesperson tells WebProNews.
“Everyone can add videos in the Hangout through a search tool in the app, or remove the videos you don’t like,” says Google software engineer Ullas Gargi. “All your friends in the Hangout can drag and drop videos to sort the order in the playlist, or skip forward or backward to play the next one. Click the “Push to talk” button to chat with the group to give props to the best curator, or to hand out reprimands to the friend who keeps adding the 10-hour Nyan Cat video.”
“If you like a video that’s playing, you can share the video with your Google+ circles at any time,” Gargi adds. “Since great playlists are works of art, you can also save the playlist that you and your friends created to your YouTube account as public or private to enjoy later.”
Hangouts happen to be one of the most well-known features of Google+, according to comments we’ve seen through the past year, therefore the more functionality that Google makes available from them, the greater people are more likely to continue using them.
With Google+ Local overtaking Google’s local search, it will likely be interesting to find out if businesses come up with interesting ways to use the YouTube app to interact with customers and partners.
The YouTube app is available worldwide in more than 60 languages.
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