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YouTube Music v1.46 enables sharing tracks from the queue, prepares for full playlist support and setting max resolution [APK Teardown + Download]

With so many things happening this week surrounding Google's new hardware, it's easy to overlook some of the software updates rolling out. The latest version bump to YouTube Music doesn't include much in the way of visible changes, but a teardown of the apk also reveals some worthwhile additions in the works for the future. As always, the apk is ready and waiting at the APK Mirror link below if the Play Store isn't already serving the latest version to you.

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YouTube v11.38 prepares double-tap to seek and a setting to limit max video resolution [APK Teardown]

Many of Google's most recent updates have been relatively light on features, turning instead towards cleaning up bugs. However, that doesn't mean there aren't still new things in the works. A couple of recent YouTube updates have been preparing some new features and we've got a teardown to reveal what users can probably look forward to in the future.

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T-Mobile Binge On adds YouTube Gaming, Dailymotion Games, PBS, and others

T-Mobile's unlimited video streaming option lets customers get all the content they want without burning through their data. This sounds like a win-win, but Binge On has received push back for concerns over net neutrality and limiting the quality of video streams. By this point, you know what you're getting, and you probably either love it or hate it.

For those in the former camp, T-Mobile has announced the addition of several more services, with a few of them related to gaming.

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Facebook Users May Be Able To Stream Videos From The Facebook Android App To Chromecast Soon

Have you ever wanted to stream the videos you see on Facebook directly to your television? No? Well who could blame you, since most of them are either inane junk from your high school friends or comedy videos blatantly stolen from YouTube and then stickered to hell like a race car in a fire sale. But if for some awful reason you DO want to stream videos from Facebook to Chromecast, such as trying to get rid of all of your roommates really quickly, you'll soon be able to do so. Probably.

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Amazon Introduces New $8.99 Monthly "Prime Video" Subscription

Sometimes you can't stomach the idea of paying a big yearly subscription price upfront, either because it feels like a big expense or because you're not ready to commit for a full year to a service that you're not sure you'll enjoy in a couple of months. That's why, despite having to pay a little bit more, companies offer a monthly subscription to make it easier for users to pay in small increments and feel like they are free to walk away anytime they want.

Amazon's Prime subscription used to be a yearly affair: pay $99 and get all the services for 12 months straight.

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YouTube Now Shoves Video Recommendations Into Notifications

Depending on which apps you install, your notification shade can feel like a warzone. Check this email. Read this text. Water your crops in this game. Your tank is full, so switch to another game and race.

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The First Wave Of YouTube Red Originals Is Here, Starring Lilly Singh, PewDiePie, And Others

When you sign up for a YouTube Red subscription, you don't just get to watch Google's streaming video service without putting up with ads. You also get access to original programming. These are shows and movies produced exclusively for YouTube, and they're known as YouTube Red Originals.

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Sky Go Android App Gets A New Homepage, Tablet Interface, And Other Visual Enhancements In Version 5.0

Sky Go is the way Sky provides subscribers with the ability to take their favorite channels, shows, and movies with them when they stand up from in front of the TV. The latest update to hit the mobile app gives the experience a visual refresher.

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T-Mobile Loses A Binge On Partner Over Legere's EFF Blunder

T-Mobile and its outspoken CEO John Legere are taking an uncharacteristically defensive posture after questions arose about how the new Binge On video service throttles data. The fallout from Legere's EFF interaction yesterday is still going on, and it looks like it has cost T-Mobile a Binge On partner. Video commercial streaming service 4stream.tv has notified T-Mobile that it's pulling out of Binge On in protest of Legere's comments about the EFF.

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NBC's Seeso App Hits Google Play With Late Night, Stand Up, TV Shows And Other Ad-Free Comedy For $3.99 A Month

The great uncable-ing is upon us. Say goodbye to cable networks and expensive plans. Say hello to Internet streaming and an overabundance of inexpensive plans that eventually add up to something kinda expensive. NBC's Seeso is the latest video streaming service you can download from Google Play.

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