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Enjoy buying movies and TV from Google Play? Here's how to watch them on your iOS device!

If you use an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, then there's a strong possibility you already get your online TV and movie fix from iTunes, Netflix or Hulu. But, what about Google Play Movies and TV? If you were an Android user that's now crossed over to using iOS, you may well have a bunch of stuff you bought from Google. Or, you just might prefer to buy things from the Play Store. But, you're stuck, right? No mobile app to watch them on iOS means you're limited to where you can watch them? Actually, that's not quite true. There is a way, and it's ridiculously simple. Here's how to watch your Google Play video content on your iOS device.

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How to customize safe search filtering results in YouTube for iOS

If you use the YouTube app to browse and watch videos, you may not be aware that by default YouTube may be filtering out certain search results based on what filter settings you have set up under your YouTube account.

You can easily change them straight from your iPhone and iPad. It's a good thing to know how to do especially if you have younger children you don't want coming across explicit content by mistake. Here's how:

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How to upload a video to your YouTube account with YouTube Capture for iPhone and iPad

While the official YouTube app for iOS makes browsing YouTube convenient, it doesn't provide a way to upload videos. Fortunately, the YouTube Capture app does, no computer required.

Here's how to use it:

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YouTube for iOS updated with support for video suggestion overlays

YouTube for iOS has been updated with support for overlays with suggestions for what to watch next. These banners come up from the bottom of the video that you are currently watching, suggesting a video for you to watch after your current video is done.

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YouTube launches paid channels, watch them back on your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV

Having been much rumored in recent weeks, YouTube has finally pulled the trigger on launching paid channels. The subscription based channels start at a monthly rate of $0.99 and all come with a 14 day free trial period. Best of all, once subscribed the channels are available to enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV beyond the browser on your Mac.

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Verizon BlackBerry Z10 ad running as pre-roll on Apple's iPhone 5 YouTube video

I wanted to watch Apple's iPhone 5 product design video again this morning so I went over to YouTube/Apple, found it, clicked "Play"... and was greeted with a pre-roll ad for the Verizon BlackBerry Z10.

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YouTube for iPhone and iPad updated with support for live events

YouTube for iOS has been updated with a new features and enhancements, including support for live events. Events like Coachella have often been streamed live on YouTube in the past, but users could not view them on iOS devices. iOS users can now view live events through the app, and YouTube has added a feed called “Live” to the “From YouTube” section of the guide which lists the live events that are currently available.

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YouTube to shut down, announce winner on April Fool's Day

Year after year, Google pulls the best pranks. It'll be tough for Maps or Gmail to top this tomorrow.

Thanks for all your great entries. YouTube finally has enough videos to begin selecting a winner. What do you think is the #bestvideo on YouTube?

We've been thrilled with all of the diverse, creative entries we've seen so far, and we can't wait to begin the process of selecting the best video. We'll be announcing the winner in 10 years.

Slow clap, YouTube. Slow, building clap.

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YouTube for iOS updated, can now send video to your TV or game console

YouTube for iOS has been updated, gaining the ability to send videos to your TV. Users can now pair their YouTube app on iPhone, iPad, or both with a Smart TV, Xbox 360, or Playstation 3, and the elect to play videos that they find through the iOS app on their television.

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Netflix and YouTube plan to take on Apple's AirPlay with DIAL

DIAL, an open standard form of wireless playback, is being given a rather large push by both Netflix and YouTube. Their hopes are that using an open standard will allow developers to solve second screen playback issues in a better way than Apple's AirPlay. In other words, it wouldn't be a proprietary solution and would be available to anyone who wants to implement the protocol.

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