YouTube App Teardown Reveals ‘Music Pass’ Subscription Service


Well, its not the update but we have received the information regarding the upcoming features to the YouTube Android App. A teardown by Ron Amadeo of the latest YouTube app for Android , gives away a secret about an upcoming feature.


Teardown of YouTube Android App found that it has a subtitle configuration tool inside. The app has a plethora of setting for configuring subtitles in YouTube videos, including text size, color, font, background color, and drop shadow.

As according to the author of Ars Technica Writer, Ron Amadeo, it is meant for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or older, as KitKat already has subtitle support built into the OS in the accessibility options.

The code also consists features like “offline playback”, “background listening”, and “uninterrupted music”. The apparent features being lined up for subscribers also include “no ads on millions of songs”.

As for offline video, it does seem as though one is able to save their videos for offline viewing later in either low-quality (360p) or high-quality (720p).

So Guys gear up for new update for YouTube Android App.

Source: +RonAmadeo

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