Virtual Reality (VR) is growing, more and more devices, services coming in to support VR. YouTube launched support for 360-degree video March last year. One year later, this April YouTube enabled live streaming of 360-degree video. They also offered immersive spatial audio on demand, the end experience is more lively. You can hear the noise coming to you from everywhere like in real-life.
YouTube for Android’s most awaiting feature “Offline” or “Download” feature has launched this Thursday. Google initially allowing users from India, Indonesia and the Philippines to experience “buffer-free” YouTube. Users can view the videos offline without any internet connection for up to 48 hours after download. Google might add some more countries in the near future.
Roku Streaming Stick now available to buy for £50 in the UK. PC World and Currys started selling the HDMI adapter and remote from their website and in-store. Now you can enjoy around 500 channels, a huge collection of movies and plenty of apps with this streaming HDMI stick.
YouTube Android app updated again last week from Google. The latest version of YouTube for Android now 5.5.27. Google pushed the update on 12 Mach, 2014. You can download the APK from the bottom of the post.