The popular user managed video sharing site of Google has got new look with 360 degree video support. Last week, Google introduced the feature for desktop Chrome and Android app users. iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices will have to wait for this astonishing provision, that can enable the user to cover all the corners as per his wish.
Along with 360 degree video projection, it has come up with some changes in its YouTube app UI. Google is recommending few spherical cameras from certain companies that support the 360-degree video and are compatible with YouTube. Some of the cameras recommended by YouTube on the Creator's blog are Bublcam, Giroptic's 360cam, IC Real Tech's Allie, Kodak's SP360 and Ricoh Theta. The suggested cameras can reach higher video quality up to 4K.
Samsung Milk VR has brought the 360-degree video content to users for the first time, YouTube is second to introduce the feature which was confirmed by the firm in January.
According to some reports, YouTube also testing a tweaked user interface for its Android app, with changes for some of the icons inside the application. The new app can eliminate the hamburger icon on the left side of the app by completely removing the navigation drawer completely. The new UI will be coming with four new tabs namely Home, Trending, Subscriptions, and your profile.
However, the new UI has not confirmed by the firm, which is reportedly prepping for the best and easy YouTube app.
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