YouTube Premium levels up: new and interesting news arrive

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YouTube Premium users have good news as it has been known that they can enjoy some new features. And, the truth is that several of the additions are quite interesting in the event that you have a paid account on Google’s streaming video platform. Here’s what you need to know about the update that’s already rolling out globally (although not all options are enabled): Manage queues on phones and tablets Google is introducing support for queues on phones and tablets. The feature, which is already available to Premium subscribers on the web, now allows users to add videos to their current queue on mobile devices – both iOS and Android. To add a video to the queue, tap the “More” option next to the media title and select “Play next in queue” or “Play last in queue”. Higher bitrate for 1080p videos The YouTube app on iOS is getting a new video quality setting that can be enabled to view media with an improved bitrate (and by extension optimize image quality). The feature is only available for 1080p Full HD content. From now on everything will look sharper and clearer because a lot of detail and movement are added – such as games. The new settings will be available to users in the coming weeks. The announcement on Google’s blog says that the higher bitrate option is also coming soon to the web version of YouTube on a trial basis. SharePlay for iOS YouTube Premium subscribers on iOS can now watch videos together using SharePlay in Apple’s FaceTime app. The streaming service now supports a similar co-viewing option on Android, which is possible through the Google Meet app’s Live Sharing option. Resume playback on all devices The app now syncs its playback on all devices, so you can go back to the video that was streaming and resume it on another device. This feature is not exclusive to mobile platforms, it is available on the web, Android and iOS. Automatic offline downloads for recommended videos You may know that YouTube Premium allows you to save videos to your phone. Google has expanded the feature by adding a new option called Smart Downloads. This will make recommended songs you can listen to offline. This works when you are connected to a WiFi network. >

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